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Where are the config files for clamav & amavis located?  Our email server is bouncing all emails w/ *.exe attached or in a zip file, and i'd like to stop it from doing that...  i don't care if those extensions come through if they're virus free.  Where in the config(s) would i turn this option off.

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Nick
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In  /etc/amavisd.conf look for "block these MIME types"
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