[Esd-l] Sanitizer works for all except a few
crothbauer at intagio.com
Tue Jul 16 11:21:01 PDT 2002
Now I have more confusing information. I have now "fixed" the one user
with a /bin/false shell by adding a link to procmail from their
restricted environment. This was NOT needed for the other 5 users with
This leaves one user, who is an admin with a bash shell (same as mine).
If I send an email to alias at domain, user at domain gets and email with
attachments stripped by sanitizer. If I send an email to user at domain,
user at domain gets the attachment.
I'm stumped! This doesn't make sense to me. Am I missing something
From: Chris Rothbauer [mailto:crothbauer at intagio.com]
Sent: Tuesday, July 16, 2002 10:31 AM
Cc: 'esd-l at spconnect.com'
Subject: RE: [Esd-l] Sanitizer works for all except a few
Good thought but I should have stated...
5 of the 6 other test users have /bin/false for their shells. They are
From: Mark_Saunders [mailto:Mark_Saunders at piucorp.com]
Sent: Tuesday, July 16, 2002 10:20 AM
To: Chris Rothbauer
Cc: esd-l at spconnect.com
Subject: Re: [Esd-l] Sanitizer works for all except a few
If I'm not mistaken, if the shell is /bin/false, procmail won't take
action for that user. Could someone confirm this?
Chris Rothbauer wrote:
> I just installed procmail and sanitizer to strip all unwanted
> attachments from inbound email. Very nice tool, by the way. I have it
> working across my initial test group except for two people (about a
> 25% failure rate). We use Outlook 2000 client against Solaris 2.6,
> Sendmail 8.11.6, procmail 3.15.2, and Sanitizer 1.135.
> The two who received "stripped" files (outlook strips them) have
> different shells (/bin/false, and /bin/bash), don't have .forward
> files or .procmailrc files, and I have removed their .profile and
> .bashrc files.
> The log entries for my procmail.log (mine works) and theirs are
> I am running out of ideas. Any thoughts on where I can look?
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