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On Saturday 06 July 2002 14:10, Brian O'Donoghue wrote:
> I'm running postfix on a gateway... but people are saying to us that the
> exchange clients are vulnerable to various 'presumably automatically'
> executed mime types... which is true, but unless we move away from exchange
> 'which I have been arguing for for about 8 months now' we will always have
> this type of problem.
>> But a guy from a security company is trying to pitch a seperate server as a
> mime type filterer...
> My question is, shouldn't it be possible to filter out mime types on
> postfix on my gateway 'before' it gets forwarded to the exchange server ...
> perhaps something like
>> Someone must have done this kind of thing already... so what is the general
> wisdom on such things?
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