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RJStock

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mail filter - banned name
« on: December 02, 2016, 06:55:26 pm »
My client is using Zentyal 4.1 Commercial.
A client of theirs is sending email attachments of automatically generated jpg files with 88 character filenames. The email bounces back to the sender with the following message:
BANNED CONTENTS ALERT
Our content checker found
    banned name:
      image/jpeg,.image,.jpg,CABCVAN1APP004DTI$PBSINIADV_FBCTemplateImages{D5073D38-CFD0-48P9-8623-AC1DC2FB7945}.JPG

What do I need to do to allow this filename, or does the sender need to change the name?

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Re: mail filter - banned name
« Reply #1 on: December 06, 2016, 11:58:19 pm »
That's a setting in Mail Filter > Files ACL. It sounds like your client blocked delivery of .jpg files.