MailScanner and Licensing

Glenn Steen glenn.steen at
Thu Mar 15 19:40:12 CET 2007

On 14/03/07, am.lists <am.lists at> wrote:
> I am a value-added hosting provider. That is, I host domains, develop
> websites, and manage mail for my clients.
> I've recently come to know the love of MailScanner (with it's usual
> set of accessories), and have began migrating away from the commercial
> products we had been using.
> My question is now what, if anything, am I obligated to do, change,
> disclose, etc. to stay in line with the spirit and intent of using the
> software in this way?
> Angelo
Give something nice to Jules (thing, money...:-), buy the book from
the official cafepress shop, then start considering the other pieces
of the MailScanner puzzle ... SA, DCC, Razor, Pyzor, ClamAV .... and
chip in what you think is right for each:-).
Depending on your operation you might have to look at individual
packages as to licensing as well... At least for the digest checks.

-- Glenn
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