I've been asked to look into removing attachments with certain file extensions
- mainly the obvious .EXE, .COM, etc. This is due to the amount of trojan
horse executables floating around the place.
I'm sorry if this is a commonly asked/answered question but after a look
through the sendmail, procmail and mime FAQ's I couldn't find an answer.
I guess the first question is - is this a job for procmail? Can it be done
Our mail gateway simply accepts mail and forwards to an internal server, I
figured the best place for this filtering to occur would be on this gateway
itself (BSD UNIX-based).
Please reply directly as I am not subscribed to the list - I will summarise if
appropriate (ie not already answered somewhere else)
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