Report to Recipient(s)

Barry Callahan barryc at
Wed Sep 26 14:23:21 GMT 2001

I've been seeing quite a few of these messages hitting the samba list in recent 
days, all generated by the same daemon, informing us about a bad file that the 
same person has sent in an email to the list. 

Since I haven't been seeing the SirCam-laden messages, am I correct in assuming 
they're being filtered out somewhere?

If so, is it possible to filter these notices out from the list too?
I suppose I could set up procmail so I wouldn't have to look at them, but I'd 
imagine that others are probably getting tired of seeing them, too.

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Incident Information:-

Originator:    "G Lalithambika"<lalithambika at>
Recipients:    samba at
Subject:  MIS

WARNING:  The file MIS.doc.lnk you received was infected with the
W32/SirCam at MM virus.  The file attachment was not successfully cleaned.

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