Bit Defender

Christian Kowarzik ckowarzik at EMAIL.DE
Tue Feb 15 08:09:01 GMT 2005

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Dhawal Doshy wrote:
> Pete Russell wrote:
>> Hi there, was thinking about installing bit defender seeing as the
>> license permits me to use it for free.
> A reply I received today from the bitdefender team..
> ---------------------------------------------------
> The bdc scanner is free to use. If you want to protect your emails
> against spam and viruses, you have to buy BitDefender for mailserver.
> But you can try it before buying the product by downloading it from:
> For buying, please visit:
> ---------------------------------------------------
> My Question was:
> ---------------------------------------------------
>  > This URL for BitDefender Linux Edition says that its a freeware
>  > product, is this also the case for commercial usage?
>  >
>  >
>  > I am planning to use it with a third party scanner like amavis /
>  > qmail-scanner, please let me know if this is fine OR if I need to
>  > procure a license and if so then what is the cost for the same.
> ---------------------------------------------------
> Confused I am!! should I continue using it OR buy a license.
Read the reply from bitdefender-support carefully:

The bitdefender team suggest a virus _and spam_ scanner, which is
a different product:
    'If you want to protect your emails against spam and viruses,
     you have to buy _BitDefender for mailserver_.'

Follow there link for verification:
    'For buying, please visit:


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