Trying to prevent large file attachments in Squirrelmail, on U8.10S.
cr33dog at gmail.com
Tue Dec 23 21:46:01 UTC 2008
On Wed, Dec 24, 2008 at 3:33 PM, Xn Nooby <xnooby at gmail.com> wrote:
> Is it possible to prevent Squirrelmail users from uploading large
> files to a server running Squirrelmail? My testing seems to indicate
> that the attachment size limits enforced by Squirrelmail take place
> *after* the file has been uploaded - at which time Squirrelmail aborts
> the entire message. I will have some remote users, and I do not want
> them to be able to upload files that are over a limit (say 10MB).
> If a remote user tries to attach a 500MB attachment to their email, I
> don't want them to upload the entire 500MB file, only to then have SM
> abort the message. I want it to fail immediately, or after the 10MB
> limit has been reached.
> I though there was a way to do this in Apache or PHP, but have been
> unable to find it. I am running Ubuntu Server 8.10 with Apache,
> Postfix, Dovecot, and Squirrelmail.
> Any suggestions on how to get the file attaching process to abort
> before it uploads the entire 500MB file?
Check the "MAX POST SIZE" (similar to that anyway) setting in php.ini.
That will fail at the point that the limit is reached. Of course,
that's a site-wide setting though...
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