On Wednesday 3 March 2004, colm at google.com (Colm Buckley) wrote:
> * Emails are now scanned for dodgy attachments by 'sanitizer'
> * If a dodgy attachment is detected and removed, the email will be
> * If SpamAssassin gives the mail a score of 5 or higher, the email
>will be discarded
>>Note : this might cause genuine emails to be lost - if you don't see
>your email hitting the list, let me know and I'll adjust the rules
I have to say that this seems to me like the kind of stop-gap which
might last a long time, in that it seems like it would have stopped all
of the recent worm activity at least.
Apropos what Justin said recently, does SA run before or after mail has
been de-mimed ?
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