On Mon, May 24, 2004 at 05:22:13PM +0100, Paul Kelly :: Blacknight Solutions wrote:
> Your oblidged to allow them to access it, that doesn't mean they are
> allowed to breach your security. Why not control their pop3 accounts
> using fetchmail and filter all mail from fetchmail and then dump into
> local accounts? We do this for lots of our customers who move from an
> @ispname.tld account to a new domain and new eamil addresses while
> keeping the old account.
Sorry, replied to this personally so I'll try to duplicate that reply
I've no control over what my end users do, I'm responsible for the
network but they're resposnsible for their own machines. So I'm really
looking for something that can look at traffic coming in over port 110
and block any viruses, but allow anything else to continue on to the end
I'm not even sure if such a thing exists, istr hearing something about
squid proxying pop3 mail but a cursorary google doesnt show anything
that fits my needs exactly.
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