Setting spam assassin to capture viruses?
dragoncrest at voyager.net
Sat May 3 17:27:54 PDT 2003
Ok, so how do I get procmail to dump it into my
/home/user1/mail/viruses file?? I know spam assassin drops my spam into
/home/user1/mail/spam, so can I get procmail to do the same with files it
sees as viruses or those that have forbidden extensions?
At 02:05 PM 5/3/03 +0100, Danny Horne wrote:
>Dragoncrest was once thought to have said:
> > Is there a way I can adjust by hand spam assassin's config file
> or one of
> > the files it uses to detect spam so that it also will look for attachments
> > and if it finds anything with the extension of pif, scr, exe, or com, it
> > will automatically flag it as spam and toss it in my spam folder? I want
> > to set it to block certain types of attachments on email. Or would that be
> > better done with procmail? Qpopper? Just curious what's the best way to
> > block these. I figure if spam assassin will do it, I'll just adjust it so
> > that it takes care of this for me. Thanks.
>I use this procmail recipe for that -
>* B ?? ^Content-type: (audio|application)
>* B ?? name=.*\.(com|exe|bat|scr|pif|hta|shs|vb[es]|ws[fh])\>
>* Subject: *\/.+
>| formail -I "Subject: POSSIBLE VIRUS: $MATCH"
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