On 4/17/2019 1:32 PM, Rob Berendt wrote:
Kind of curious. If the sensitive information is in an encrypted
attachment does that exclude tossing in the whole email system for
FWIW: Here are two of the messages that are being sent in response to the
mailing list message that contained CC info...
"Your message was blocked due to the detection of a Credit Card Number"
"The email you sent is being encrypted because of sensitive information
found in the email."
The first one indicates that the message is being blocked out of hand if
it detects CC information.
The second one indicates that the message is accepted by the contents were
encrypted (however the list software treats it as undeliverable, because it
can't tell the difference).
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