Re: handling malware with ClamAV milter
Why would you like that clamv let an infected attachment go to be
delivered? There are no cases where ClamAV can be wrong, it's not at all
like detecting a spam, virus has signatures that can be detected. IMHO
letting the user know some virus was sent is enough...
Erik Dörnbach wrote:
I'd like to incorporate ClamAV into our Sendmail mailsystem with milter, but I'm not fond of the way it handles malware by rejecting the infected mail as a whole. The only other option I'm aware of is letting the recipient know that someone send them an email which was rejected.
Is there a way of just removing/replacing the infected attachment with an status tag but letting the mail itself intact? Alternative ClamAV milter?
AFAIK there's some postfix thingie for ClamAV that does exactly that...