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    Just thought of something : Check this setting
    $ zmprov gacf | grep -i encryptedarchive
    zimbraVirusBlockEncryptedArchive: TRUE

    Try changing to false.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bonoboslr View Post
    Just thought of something : Check this setting
    $ zmprov gacf | grep -i encryptedarchive
    zimbraVirusBlockEncryptedArchive: TRUE

    Try changing to false.
    this is fine for me, and having verified the status as true i want to change it to false - but how do i make the change? unix n00b i'm afraid!

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    This ought to do it for you:
    Code:
    zmprov mcf zimbraVirusBlockEncryptedArchive FALSE

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    just the ticket - cheers!

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    Is there anyway to allow encrypted archives on a per-domain basis. It is listed as a global setting, but I don't necessarily want to enable them server-wide. I looked through the docs, but I couldn't find any info about clam AV.

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