ger.donohue at teleca.ie: writes:
> Maybe I quoted the article out of context. The impression I got from it,
> was that it was a low budget solution for a mid sized business and
> would only require one license for the system on whish his shell script
> was running. I just was trying to point out that this is not the case
> with McAfee virus scanner. This would also apply to Amavis.
Most, if not all av vendors charge for the number of seats that make
use of the service. To quote the Sophos EULA (underlinings by me) out
of context, but conceptually correct :)
You are permitted to
- use the licensed programs on or _for_the_benefit_of_ the maximum number
of computers specified ...
- ... or (b) the computer is capable of _using_or_benefitting_ from any
other program, including but not limited to ... email gateways ...
> On the upgrade. An hour after I posted last message Win32/Aliz slipped
> through. Looking like an upgrade is required now.
D'oh. Haven't got that one in my collection yet ;-)
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