> >> just in on linuxtoday.com
> >> http://noframes.linuxjournal.com/article.php?sid=4882> >>
> >> virus scanning stuff ...
>> >> Crap. Over-complicated (store and forward; requires cron jobs) and
> non-scalable. It may work well enough for a home environment, but
> that's about it.
>> Being a mid-sized business, we did not have it in our budget this year to buy an antivirus suite off the shelf, so I turned to Linux and open source.
>>> The virus scanner I chose was McAfee Virus Scan for UNIX/Linux, but there are quite a few others to choose from.
>Problem here is that reading the license.txt file you require a license
for every user who connects to this machine. I talked to Priority Data
with regard to this and that is every every email address you store mail
for. So 20 Email address would cost £1400 for a 2 Year Subscription
It is definetly not anywhere near Amavis Scanner. Even the old Bash
version (which I am still running !!).
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