F-Prot & MailScanner...
mailscanner at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Fri Feb 14 21:13:08 GMT 2003
At 14:44 13/02/2003, you wrote:
> > Hello all...
> > I've been looking at F-prot, to consider using it as
> > an AV scanner with MailScanner.
> > There is the 'F-Prot for Small Business' and
> > 'F-Prot for Enterprise Business'...
> > If I just want to try it out, which should I use?
>MailScanner only needs the command line version, 'F-Prot for Small Business'
> > It also says:
> > "License shall be without charge for personal users of F-Prot
> > Linux for Small Business,
> > when used on personal workstations."
> > ... so if I downloaded this version, how does it know it's
> > not a 'personal workstation'?
>I guess it doesn't but that doesn't alter the fact that you would be in
>breach of the license. F-Prots pricing isn't bad from what I've heard (I
>only use it at home where it is definately free). If you don't want to
>pay use Clam.
If you want good coverage and small bills, try running F-Prot ($300) and
RAV ($29) and Clam ($0). MailScanner will happily run all 3. Kaspersky is
pretty cheap too.
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