Fwd: [svfig-open] Illegal attachment type found in sent
message "Re: Your application"
forther at comcast.net
Tue Sep 2 11:22:00 PDT 2003
Was this sent by some sender claiming to be svfig-open rather than
through the list?
I thought all attachments were removed from messages forwarded by the list
server. Is this the case?
Inquiring minds want to know!
>Date: 1 Sep 2003 22:13:34 -0000
>From: "System Anti-Virus Administrator" <postmaster at ogl.org>
>To: svfig-open at zork.net
>Cc: postmaster at ogl.org
>Subject: [svfig-open] Illegal attachment type found in sent message "Re:
> Your application"
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>Sender: svfig-open-bounces at zork.net
>Attention: <svfig-open at zork.net>.
>A Illegal attachment type was found in an Email message you sent.
>This Email scanner intercepted it and stopped the entire message
>reaching it's destination.
>The Illegal attachment type was reported to be:
>Disallowed: Windows Program Information Files
>Please contact your I.T support personnel with any queries regarding this
>Your message was sent with the following envelope:
>MAIL FROM: svfig-open at zork.net
>RCPT TO: helpdesk at ogl.org
>... and with the following headers:
>From: <svfig-open at zork.net>
>To: <helpdesk at ogl.org>
>Subject: Re: Your application
>Date: Mon, 1 Sep 2003 18:13:21 --0400
>The original message is kept in:
>where the System Anti-Virus Administrator can further diagnose it.
>The Email scanner reported the following when it scanned that message:
>---perlscanner results ---
>Illegal attachment type 'Disallowed: Windows Program Information Files'
>found in file
>svfig-open mailing list
>svfig-open at zork.net
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