[rescue] Re: NetApps
kevin at mpcf.com
Fri Apr 9 08:47:06 CDT 2004
Once again, you can't scan password protected ZIPs (or scan
based on file type) and the system is meant to stop auto-emailing
viruses not people actually trying to get files through, which it
does very well.
On Fri, 09 Apr 2004 09:08:23 -0400
Nadine Miller <vraptor at promessage.com> wrote:
> Exactly. If you aren't really checking the file type, then
> what's the point? And, since the mail systems are running on
> Windows OSes *anyway*, it seems kind of trivial to scan the
> attachments instead of just blocking all of them.
> Not to mention *telling* everybody how to get around their
> "system". A new meeting excuse I've been hearing about not
> getting work done/providing information: "The document got
> corrupted when I sent it from home to work, because I didn't
> know I had a virus on my home computer."
> *shakes head sadly*
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