Julian Field mailscanner at
Tue Jan 27 15:20:15 GMT 2004

Half the point of MailScanner is that you only need the command-line "on
demand" scanner, you don't need anything more fancy than that.

At 14:05 27/01/2004, you wrote:
>I have written with the antivir people about my not working antivir, as
>I wrote about here a bit ago. Here's what answer I got:
>You downloaded the Linux Workstation product. This provides an
>"on-access" scanner and a command-line "on-demand" scanner. If you want
>the command-line scanner to scan your emails, you will need to configure
>your Clarkconnect Server to call the antivir binary for each mail. (I am
>unfamiliar with the Clarkconnect Server, so I cannot offer any help here).
>We also have MailGate available to private use. This runs as a mail
>proxy to scan all incoming and outgoing email.
>Can the MailScanner do that or is it what it does ?.
>Med venlig hilsen - Best regards.
>Erik Jakobsen - eja at
>Licensed radioamateur with the callsign OZ4KK.
>SuSE Linux 8.2 Proff.
>Registered as user #319488 with the Linux Counter,

Julian Field
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