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How do I turn off "UNCHECKED contents in mail FROM" mails send by amavis to the postmaster of the domain every time a user sends an encrypted mail. The setup is a Debian 7 with postfix and amavisd.

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You can use the parameter %admin_maps_by_ccat to define whom amavisd-new sends Mails for each of its categories. With undef you can disable the mails.

So you have to define a setting like the following if you don't want to get mails for all "unchecked" mails:

$admin_maps_by_ccat{+CC_UNCHECKED} =  undef;

To only do this for UNCHECKED-ENCRYPTED use this (for amavis 2.9.0, found via release notes):

$admin_maps_by_ccat{+CC_UNCHECKED.',1'} = undef;
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While this works it appears it disables notifications for any unchecked messages, which also includes messages that exceed size limits or contain corrupt archives in attachments. From a brief look at the code I couldn't see an obvoius way to distinguish UncheckedEncrypted from simply Unchecked. Any ideas? – JinnKo Jan 30 at 0:54
    
@JinnKo I think I found a way, see my (pending) edit above. – blueyed Mar 23 at 14:58

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