Attachment Ripper and Displacement System (aradis) is a filter that removes attachments from email. The removed attachment is sent to a specified resource for storage. The attachment is replaced with a notice of where the removed attachment may be found. The filter can also rename filenames for security. It uses GMime for MIME handling.
|Tags||Communications Email Filters|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: Anonymous attachments are now given a name according to the MIME type. The ability to insert replacement messages as HTML instead of plain text was added.
Release Notes: The filte now uses the configured SYSCONFDIR to determine where the default config file should be. More fail-safe operation was achieved. A default config is now used if no config file is found. x86_64 64-bit fixes were made along with improvements to the build system.
Release Notes: This version was updated against GMime 2.1.9. The usefork option was removed as it could do more harm than good. The entire config file is now read regardless of size. UTF8 filename handling was improved. All attachments should now be inspected regardless of their depth in a message. Preliminary support for Debian packages was added.
Release Notes: Checking of MIME types against a list of legal types, and miscellaneous fixes and enhancements.