Pues va a ser que si... que los filtra el propio servidor de correo.. vengan en zip,arj,rar,.... o incluso renombrandolos...
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banned name: P=p003,L=1,M=multipart/mixed | P=p002,L=1/2,M=application/x-zip-compressed,T=zip,N=RevelationV2.zip | P=p004,L=1/2/1,T=exe,T=exe-ms,N=SetupRevelationV2.exe
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to the following recipient:
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or MIME type or contents type violating our access policy.
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- encrypted using pgp, gpg or other encryption methods;
- wrapped in a password-protected or scrambled container or archive
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