email virus protection
oliver at deeper.co.nz
Wed Apr 9 19:01:45 EDT 2003
The one we use and one which I think is probably one of the best
Virus/Spam mail scanners is MailScanner. It's written in perl. It can
use pretty much any AV scanner & uses SpamAssasin & RBL for spam
catching. It requires sendmail though so if you're using a different
MTA you're out of luck. Check it out at www.mailscanner.info.
On Thu, 2003-04-10 at 02:35, Wayne Dawson wrote:
> Hello all,
> is there a consensus on what products and/or methods are the best to
> protect against email viruses, at the server level?
> Also, does anyone here have any experience with a product called Antivir?
> Here's our setup. We will use Cyrus IMAP on Linux. Incoming mail will
> go through a separate SMTP gateway machine (also Linux), and email will be
> retrieved by (1) Windows XP client machines on our LAN, and (2) a web based
> client that will probably be running on the same machine as the SMTP gateway.
> Thanks for any suggestions you can give,
Oliver Jones > Senior Software Engineer > Deeper Design Limited.
oliver at deeper.co.nz > www.deeperdesign.com > +64 (21) 41-2238
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