F-prot says I need the mail server license
mailscanner at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Thu Jun 5 21:01:16 IST 2003
At 20:57 05/06/2003, you wrote:
>You seem to be suggesting that one can use one or more anti-virus
>programs. I don't know how to configure more than one. I use the webmin
>MailScanner module, which I hear will be updated for 4.21 tomorrow. Would
>one just list with spaces between f-prot ClamAv-0.54 etc?
Virus Scanners = f-prot clamav
>Plus the original question was if f-prot truly requires a 500 uers license
>for their software on a MailScanner host that scans software for 500
>mailboxes then an alternative to f-prot was the issue with similar
>features and price points.
Take a look at RAV licensing, apparently it is domain-based which may prove
cheap for many sites. But don't quote me on that, I might have the product
>Kevin Spicer <kevins at BMRB.CO.UK> wrote ..
> > I would not use only clam, as their updates aren't really quick enough
> > (my view is that updates are pretty time-sensitive on the mail gateway).
> > For example, today...
> > Sophos IDE for Bugbear B available at 12:20ish
> > Sophos caught 15x Bugbear B before Clam caught its first with the 4pm
> > (hourly) update.
> > Admittedly we also caught a few with the IFRAME/ attachement rules
> > On Thu, 2003-06-05 at 19:36, Steve Hickel wrote:
> > Does ClamAv-0.54 work in place of f-prot with mailscanner or is their
> > yet an equally cost-effective solution other than f-prot that does work
> > with MailScanner?
> > Steve
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