Blocking attachments ending in "\.com$", but then not
Noel Jones via amavis-users
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Thu Feb 6 16:04:05 CET 2014
On 2/6/2014 2:27 AM, Ralf Hildebrandt via amavis-users wrote:
> From a banned mail:
> X-Amavis-Alert: BANNED, message contains text/html,.asc,cid: CE5AA0D295C27C4EB1C00217FC096FED at sanofi.com
> Is it somehow possible to block .*\.com attachments, while allowing
> the stuff blockend above through?
I can't remember the last time I got an actual .com attachment, so I
removed |com| from the $banned_filename_re big extension list, and
added the line
qr'^\.com$', # block .com file(1) type
as a safety net.
As an alternative, I suppose you could do something like (untested)
[ qr'\S@\S+\.com$' => 0 ],
just above the big list.
Or some combination of the above ideas. First match wins.
I expect the newer $banned_namepath_re can do this more elegantly,
but I never bothered to figure out the syntax.
-- Noel Jones
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