Re: blocking attachments. Sanity check and testing
> I'm revisiting blocking certain attachments. A multi part question:
> Implementation, logging, testing.
> Seems the accepted way to do attachment blocking is something like this:
> in /etc/postfix/main.cf added, without quotes: "mime_header_checks =
> in /etc/postfix/block_attachments added, without quotes:
> "/name=[^>]*\.(1|2|3)/ DISCARD"
> I have read some discussions on DISCARD and, for my purpose, it suits. I
> Is the action logged anywhere? I have not seen it. If not, can it be done?
> Finally, I hope (if only to avoid further exposing my ignorance), what is a
> simple way to test the workings, preferably with
> actual messages that have been received?
Well, never mind on the logging and by inference, all but the "test immediately" thing.
"discard" clearly shows in /var/log/mail. When one removes cranium from posterior that is.