[Mimedefang] Altering mail attachment using Mime defang

vinita batra batra.vinita at gmail.com
Thu Dec 20 23:42:03 EST 2007

Hi Sir,

I am sorry that i could not specify my exact question.

Ok first i ask my basic question.

I am network administrator.

There is some policy and according to that if mail attachment contains
ms word file , then i need to replace that ms word attchment with new
ms word file.

new ms word file= original word file contents+ some other contents
according to the policy.

so can you please give me some piece of code that can replace the mail
attachment(ms word file) with newer attachment(new ms word file).

I am using send mail server.
and i want to use MimeDefang for this purpose.

Please help me regarding this.

Thanks and Best Regards,
Vinita Batra.

On 12/20/07, Renaud PASCAL <renaud.pascal at atosorigin.com> wrote:
> Le jeudi 20 décembre 2007 13:08, vinita batra a écrit :
> > Hi,
> > I am using the sendmail server.
> >
> >  Suppose  some userA sends the mail to  userB which contains some
> >  attachment.
> >
> >  I want to download this attachment
>  are you userA or userB ? If not you may have to check with your lawyers
> on the possibilities and conditions for manipulating mail content.
> >  and then want to send it to Windows
> >  Webserver
>  How would the "Windows Webserver" receive this "separated attachment"?
> >  for some modifications.
> >
> >  After doing the modification I want to send the modified attachment to
> >  Sendmail server so that the modified attachment is received to mail
> >  recipient.
>  How would the "Windows Webserver" "re-send" this "modified attachment"?
> >
> >  Please tell me how to download the attchement at sendmail
>  use the proper tools, there are many, you could pass thru a procmail,
> a milter, a subfunction in a milter (ex a proc in MD).
> >  and how to
> >  send it to windows webserver.
>  What you describe is either really fuzzy or (and) absolutly a mistake,
> at least I can't find a single reason to do this like it is described.
>  Now, I really think it is a problem of my english reading or your english
> writing, probably the two of them ;-)
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