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    thanatosys is offline Member
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    Default Blocked File Extensions

    A few of my users have been getting this error message recently:
    Code:
    VIRUS ALERT
    
    Our content checker found
        virus: Encrypted.Zip
    
    in an email to you from unknown sender:
      ?@XXXXXXX
    claiming to be: <XXXXXXXXX>
    
    Content type: Virus
    Our internal reference code for your message is 13680-01/S62Cm+YbRe-7
    
    First upstream SMTP client IP address: [XXXXXXX] XXXXXXXXXX
    According to a 'Received:' trace, the message originated at:
    [XXXXXXXX],
      XXXXXXXXX [XXXXXXXXXXX]
    What is the best way to allow encrypted zip files to pass through?

    Thanks

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    travisb is offline Active Member
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    In the admin console under global settings, AS/AV, uncheck block encrypted archives.

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