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NOATTACH(8)		  BSD System Manager's Manual		   NOATTACH(8)

NAME
     noattach -- scan email messages for bad attachments

SYNOPSIS
     noattach [-hn] [-p	portinfo]

DESCRIPTION
     Noattach is a milter that parses the body of email	messages from
     sendmail(8) and checks if the filename of attachments matches one of the
     regular expressions in a given pattern file and rejects those emails that
     match.

     Filenames are rfc2047 or rfc2231 decoded if needed.

     The options are as	follows:

     -h		 Display a short help with commandline options.

     -n		 Makes the program stay	in foreground, i.e. don't fork into
		 the background	and don't update the pid file

     -p	portinfo
		 The port to listen to

EXAMPLES
     Listen to ipv4 port 26 on localhost:

     noattach -p inet:26@localhost

     Listen on a unix socket:

     noattach -p local:/var/run/f1.sock

     You also need to add INPUT_MAIL_FILTER to the .mc file you	use to make
     the sendmail.cf.

     Information about the parameters for INPUT_MAIL_FILTER is in the
     README.libmilter file wich	is in the source tree.

FILES
     These pathnames are set at	complie	time.

     /usr/local/etc/noattach.patterns
	   Regular expressions used to find bad	attachments.

SEE ALSO
     sendmail(8)

     http://www.sendmail.org/

     http://www.milter.org/

AUTHORS
     Olafur Osvaldsson <oli@isnic.is>

BUGS
     IPv6 has not been tested at all.

BSD				April 11, 2002				   BSD

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