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    Question [SOLVED] BANNED contents (.exe,.exe-ms,settings.exe) in mail TO YOU from

    is it possible to disable the
    BANNED contents (.exe,.exe-ms,settings.exe) in mail TO YOU from
    message for allusers in 6.0.5
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    Admin GUI -> Global Settings -> Attachments

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    I disabled it but end-user still receive the virus notification. How can I check it?

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    You can disable the virus warnings to the recipient with zmprov:

    Code:
    zmprov modifyConfig zimbraVirusWarnRecipient FALSE
    You can also disable the notifications to admins:

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    zmprov modifyConfig zimbraVirusWarnAdmin FALSE

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    Quote Originally Posted by y@w View Post
    You can disable the virus warnings to the recipient with zmprov:

    Code:
    zmprov modifyConfig zimbraVirusWarnRecipient FALSE
    You can also disable the notifications to admins:

    Code:
    zmprov modifyConfig zimbraVirusWarnAdmin FALSE

    How can i use this commands?

    I tried using it in command and i got zmprov command not found

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    Quote Originally Posted by get2guy View Post
    How can i use this commands?

    I tried using it in command and i got zmprov command not found
    You need to be the Zimbra user to run that command (and other Zimbra commands), they're detailed in the wiki & product documentation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    You need to be the Zimbra user to run that command (and other Zimbra commands), they're detailed in the wiki & product documentation.
    Can you please refer me to a specific part of the wiki that talk about using zmprov (how to and what to)?

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    You can search the Zimbra :: Wiki for zmprov.

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