[Mailman-Users] COntent Filtering (was Re: Rejecting Messages)
kremels at kreme.com
Wed Feb 12 18:07:37 CET 2003
On Tuesday, Feb 11, 2003, at 20:20 Canada/Mountain, Matthew Davis wrote:
> * Warren Hoffman (warren at whoffman.com) wrote:
>> Also - it would be wonderful if we could let some attachment types
>> - specifically .vcf and .dat as they're harmless and usually come from
>> email systems like Outlook. Again, we're limited, so if someone could
>> this out it would be very, very helpful. The reason we screen is
>> because we
>> don't want to pass anything on that might have a virus.
> Don't know about the first one. But this one I might can shed some
> vcards have the Content-Type: text/x-vcard
> So it should be as easy as adding 'text/x-vcard' to 'pass_mime_types'
> on the
> 'Content Filtering' page using mailman 2.1. mailman 2.0 doesn't have
> content filtering.
While we're here, does anyone have some recommendations on what to put
in the content filtering section? I have audio (Klez) and application
in the filter list and my pass-types is blank. I do want to allow
photos and various other attachment types to the list, just not windiod
viruses since no one on the list can seem to keep their computers clean.
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