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Old 09-22-2003, 02:11 AM   #1
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Question Mime-Encapsulating an Email


Currently I have RH9 Linux, Postfix, SpamAssassin and Amavis, and procmail to route my mail to the correct folder (Inbox, spam, viruses, etc).

Right now SpamAssassin as a config option mime-encapsulates the original email as an email attachment and then creates a "wrapper" email which explains which rules caused SA to go off AND some sample text from the email.

Right now Procmail re-writes the Subject to include a string "/VIRUS DETECTED/" when Amavis detects and email. But I was wondering if there was a config option in amavis and/or a procmail recipe to wrap a virus-detected email in a safe plaintext email with an attachment.

Thanks in Advance!!! Cyrus


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