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iwarner

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Reading my mail through webmail I am getting IMAGES show up

I have checked the little box which says DO NOT DISPLAY these..

However sometimes when you load webmail it automatically selects the first email - which may be spam and shows these images.

A copy of the output for the mail that displayed the image

<IMG alt=3D""
hspace=3D0 src=3D"cid:763441c4d3c0$2180fea0$443aa4c0<_at_>YTWGKY" align=3Dbasel=
ine
border=3D0>

Fix this quick KERIO this is a big security and spam issue

Off course my spam filter still doesnt work - and no one from kerio has given any reason as to why the upgrade to 6.0.7 crahsed and left my installation broken!!

Ian Warner
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Petr Dousa (Kerio)

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That's an image contained locally in the message, not transferred from spammer's web site. It's not a security issue.

The setting ("Display images from other websites") only blocks downloading images from extrenal websites, if they are linked from the message.

Petr Dousa
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iwarner

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Hi

How can any image be local with incoming emails, they must be embedding the images within the email then.

So how can i stop this happening.
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Petr Dousa (Kerio)

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Yes, it's embedded in the email as attachment, in the same way like when you get a HTML newsletter with images. There's no way tu turn it off. Anyway your concern is probably to avoid seeing spam - then you can improve your spam filter by clicking Spam icon when you view the email.

By the way, emails are never automatically selected in webmail.

Petr Dousa
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jshaw541

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It's a security issue if it's a malformed image designed to exploit any one of several recent image-related exploits in Windows, browsers, etc and it's sent to an unpatched client.

pdousa wrote on Fri, 11 February 2005 03:14

That's an image contained locally in the message, not transferred from spammer's web site. It's not a security issue.


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iwarner

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You are also incorrect about it automatically selecting images.

I have 50 emails - I want to delete all the emails on the first page of the webmail as they are all SPAM.

When these are deleted the webmail selects a message automatically and displays it, I do not select one.

I still dont want these images showing up, how can I remove embedded attachments, kerio must have a flag for this. As it is very easy to parse the messaeges and exclude embedded attachments.

Ian
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