Is ISPConfig mail server to send .sys file?

Discussion in 'General' started by noc@viewqwest.com, May 15, 2012.

  1. noc@viewqwest.com

    noc@viewqwest.com New Member

    Hi,

    May i know how to configure my ISPConfig mail server so that user will be able to send .sys file as attachment?

    Thanks
    Philip
     
  2. noc@viewqwest.com

    noc@viewqwest.com New Member

    Can someone help?
     
  3. noc@viewqwest.com

    noc@viewqwest.com New Member

    this is the error message i get

    BANNED CONTENTS ALERT

    Our content checker found
    banned name: application/octet-stream,.exe,.exe-ms,1394bus.sys

    in email presumably from you <vq@crest-technology.com>
    to the following recipient:
    -> viewqwest@hotmail.com

    Our internal reference code for your message is 22551-17/HpnvhEhzczHz


    Return-Path: <vq@crest-technology.com>
    From: vq@crest-technology.com
    Message-ID: <1bd32849e73f4cb8ff3632e830dc0b58@crest-technology.com>
    Subject: mail mail mail

    Delivery of the email was stopped!

    The message has been blocked because it contains a component
    (as a MIME part or nested within) with declared name
    or MIME type or contents type violating our access policy.

    To transfer contents that may be considered risky or unwanted
    by site policies, or simply too large for mailing, please consider
    publishing your content on the web, and only sending an URL of the
    document to the recipient.

    Depending on the recipient and sender site policies, with a little
    effort it might still be possible to send any contents (including
    viruses) using one of the following methods:

    - encrypted using pgp, gpg or other encryption methods;

    - wrapped in a password-protected or scrambled container or archive
    (e.g.: zip -e, arj -g, arc g, rar -p, or other methods)

    Note that if the contents is not intended to be secret, the
    encryption key or password may be included in the same message
    for recipient's convenience.

    We are sorry for inconvenience if the contents was not malicious.

    The purpose of these restrictions is to cut the most common propagation
    methods used by viruses and other malware. These often exploit automatic
    mechanisms and security holes in more popular mail readers (Microsoft
    mail readers and browsers are a common target). By requiring an explicit
    and decisive action from the recipient to decode mail, the danger of
    automatic malware propagation is largely reduced.
     
  4. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    You can use the "Uncensored" or "Wants viruses" spam policies for this email domain or email address, or you can whitelist the email address.
     
  5. noc@viewqwest.com

    noc@viewqwest.com New Member

    Hi Falko,

    Thanks for the advice. After i set the spam filter to "uncensored" , i can received the mail with .sys attachedment. It works for incoming mail but when i try to send with .sys attachement, it blocked me from sending out and get the same bounce back email as above.

    Philip
     
  6. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    For the sender you have to edit your amavisd configuration manually.
     
  7. noc@viewqwest.com

    noc@viewqwest.com New Member

    Hi Falko

    May i know which file for amavisd that i should modify? What is the path? Can you give me some sample line on how do it?

    Sorry to bother you so much as i am still very new to ISPConfig system.

    Thanks
    Philip
     

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