Julian Field mailscanner at
Thu Jan 9 09:42:58 GMT 2003

Have you tried it with, perhaps, F-Prot or Sophos with a 30-day trial licence?

At 00:53 09/01/2003, you wrote:
>   I am running it at scanning about 40,000 mails per day (is
> everyone's mail volume down since Christmas?). I haven't seen any
> problems with it, but it definitely doesn't catch everything. Our
> Exchange administrators run Anti-Gen on the Exchange servers which still
> catch as many virii as I do with Clamav, after going through the
> MailScanner server. I am simply using it to offload some of the work the
> Exchange servers do...
>-----Original Message-----
>From:   Matthew Bowman [mailto:mbowman at UDCOM.COM]
>Sent:   Wed 1/8/2003 3:35 PM
>Subject:        clamav
>Is anyone using clamav with their MailScanner installation - if so, how
>good is it? Is there any reason why I should not get it.
>I'm running:-
>Redhat 7.3
>sendmail 8.11.6-3
>MailScanner 4.10-1
>SpamAssassin 2.43
>Matthew K Bowman
>Systems Administrator; Hostmaster; Miva Administrator
>Universal Digital Communications, Mansfield Ohio.

Julian Field
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