I am using Kerio Mailserver 6.1.0.
When a virus is found in a message, I have some users who would prefer that kerio discard the message, and I have others who would prefer to have the message delivered with the malicious code removed. However, the appropriate Kerio Mailserver setting under Configuration->Content Filter->Antivirus only allows a server-wide setting change. In the per-user webmail settings I had hoped to be able to create a rule that would allow me to do what I want with the message - either:
"Where the message was detected as having a virused attachment "
or at the least
"Where the message body contains the phrase 'The attachment was removed by Kerio MailServer'"
Has anyone found a workaround for this? If not, this would be a much appreciated feature.
[Updated on: Tue, 29 November 2005 15:46]
This seems like a reasonable request and I have added this to our suggestion database.
A workaround would be to have messages always delivered to the users with the virus removed, then for users who don't wish to see the message, setup a filtering rule to automatically delete the message. You should be able to filter on the subject with the "virus" keyword.
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