Sendmail and dcc

Rose, Bobby brose@med.wayne.edu
Thu Jun 27 21:24:56 UTC 2002


Why not just let dccm refuse such messages?

-----Original Message-----
From: James Sizemore [mailto:james@deny.org] 
Sent: Thursday, June 27, 2002 5:12 PM
To: dcc@rhyolite.com
Subject: Sendmail and dcc


I plan on rewriting the subject of emails suspected of being spams
caught with dcc using sendmail; Something such as: 

subject:[possible spam] rest of spam subject.   

This would require after dccm tags the spam to look for
(X-DCC-*:* Body=many Fuz1=many Fuz2=many) in the header and then somehow
rewriting the subject as illustrated above.

My question is: Is their an easer way to do this then just writing a
millter plug-in to search the header and rewrite the subject of the
email?

 Thanks for any ideals on this matter. 

P.S. I feel tagging the subject of emails would be much easer to
document for customers then having customers make header filter rules
looking for  (X-DCC-*:* Body=many Fuz1=many Fuz2=many). <grin>


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