We have recently been unable to recieve most of our e-mails. We formerly got the warning about once in a hundred messages. Now it occurs in 9 out of 10 messages. Typical notice:
email@example.com sent you an e-mail containing potentially harmful content
You are receiving this notice because firstname.lastname@example.org sent you a message containing potentially harmful content such as viruses or forbidden attachments. The message has been cleaned of its suspicious content and is enclosed as an attachment. If you have any doubts about the message or need more information, please contact your System Administrator
Suspicious content:File 'document_word.pif' has a forbidden name
How can we stop this from happening so frequently and access the messages with their attachments??
Actually, it looks like the file 'document_word.pif' is being picked up as a virus by the email scanners -- I'd assume that you use exchange server, and have some or all of the following email attachments
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