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    Default Disable annoying "Subject: BANNED contents (.exe,.exe-ms,document.exe) in mail FROM"

    Subject: BANNED contents (.exe,.exe-ms,document.exe) in mail FROM [58.62.223.194] <bakepe@gmail.com>
    From: "Content-filter at mail01.mailhost.com" <admin@mail01.mailhost.com>
    Date: Sat, 9 Apr 2011 09:38:52 -0400 (EDT)
    To: <admin@mail01.mailhost.com>

    No viruses were found.

    Banned name: .exe,.exe-ms,document.exe
    Content type: Banned
    --------------------------------------------------------------

    How can I disable it?

    zmprov getconfig zimbraVirusWarnRecipient
    zimbraVirusWarnRecipient: FALSE

    There must be another option.

    Thank!

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    Please add your Zimbra version to your profile. See my sig for how to do this.

    If you have a recent version of Zimbra (at least 6), just go into admin console and do Configuration > Global Settings > AS/AV and then under Antivirus settings, turn OFF "send notification to recipient".

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