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Thread: [SOLVED] Selectively bypassing AV/AS processing?

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    Default [SOLVED] Selectively bypassing AV/AS processing?

    We have a set of scripts monitoring various bits and bobs, that email us when they detect a problem.

    Is it possible to disable the anti-virus and anti-spam checks for given senders either by content (from or subject headers) or sending server (normally the messages will always come in from one of three IP addresses which don't otherwise send mail), effectively white-listing them as safe?

    We've just had an issue that caused one of the monitors to send thousands of messages (partly due to a problem in the monitor's more naive code that needs to be fixed) and Zimbra is now churning through them as they come in running the CPU high as it does so. I can't cancel the messages at the other end as many have gone off to a secondary MX server (that I don't control, it is based at our ISP), presumably because Zimbra was too busy working through the queue it already had.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    How about whitelisting? Take your pick:
    A proper "why didn't I think of that". I'm having a thick day today!

    Thanks for the useful links.

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