IP-address of the ClamAV-daemon. This option is mandatory.
Port on which the ClamAV-daemon listens. This parameter is optional, port 3310 is used as default
if the port is not defined.
Files larger than this limit wont be scanned, defined in bytes. This parameter is optional, 5MB
is used as default if max_scan_size is not defined.
Enables or disables notifications of recipient if virus detected. Possible values: 0 (notification
disabled), 1 (notify recipient), 2 (notify sender and recipient). If the smtp-engine of spmfilter
is used, envelope-addresses are used for notification. Otherwise if the message was delivered to
spmfilter by the pipe-engine all address are extracted from the header. Default: 0 (notification
Absolute path to the notification template. If you want to inform your users within templates about
which malicious software has been found by ClamAV, you can use the %virus% expansion which will be
replaced by the full name of the virus detected. Also there is a %sender% expansion which you can
use within your templates to inform the recipient about the origin sender. This parameter is
mandatory if notification != 0.
Define sender address for notifications. This parameter is mandatory if notification != 0
Subject String for notification messages. This parameter is optional, the string "Virus notification"
is used as default if unspecified.
Add header for scanned message. Possible values: true (add header), false (dont add header). Default
Define X-header-name for scanned messages. This parameter is optional, "X-Spmfilter-Virus-Scanned" is
used as default if unspecified.
Define direction to scan. Possible values: 0 (scan incoming and outgoing mail), 1 (scan incoming mails only),
2 (scan outgoing mails only). This parameter is optional, 0 is used as default if unspecified (scan incoming
and outgoing mails). Lookup-backend required for option 1 or 2.
If true, infected messages will be rejected by spmfilter.
Define optional reject message.
spmfilter-clamav was written by Axel Steiner <email@example.com>
|SPMFILTER-CLAMAV (1)||31. March 2010|