Re: Uncompressing gif Files that May or May Not be gif's
Andrew Sackville-West writes:
> Finally, you might think about using a whitelist setup for who is
> allowed to send images and then everyone else gets the images stripped
> off. You could whitelist all your local users and known others and
> then dump any other images right in the blackhole and be done with
> it. If someone sends you an unsolicited image, that's their problem.
That is a great idea. I can probably do a procmail
recipe to look for all the work-related sources and pass them
through, gif's and all. I guess I trained the bogofilter data
base well because false positives haven't been a problem. It's
usually been the procmail rules that spamified good messages
because they tend to be simplistic and sure enough, something in
a good message fits the criteria.
Our Exchange gateways are running a ProofPoint spam
filter which tags messages that go through it as to their
probability of being spam and I already have procmail rules to
look for the headers which have been right on target.
Again, thanks for the suggestions.
Martin McCormick WB5AGZ Stillwater, OK
OSU Information Technology Department Network Operations Group