Re: Email Virus Scanner
I has been using amavis-perl with uvscan, under exim and sendmail,
and find out several thigs that didnt work out fine. To begin with uvscan,
it's far too heavy on the server, it try to access several hard disk and if
it finds a cd-rom it atemp to open it, That make a server crash for
overload, It might be a misconfig problem but I had no problem in a machine
with no CD, and much more slower.
About amavis-perl it works with double queues, after 4 month runing
I have several Mb store there of mails, from which I ignore whether they
have being deliver or not.
By the way if some one has a clue about this feel free to write
On Mon, Aug 12, 2002 at 06:04:55PM -0700, Christian G. Warden wrote:
> i recently setup mailscanner with mcafee virusscan and have been pretty
> happy with it.
> if you describe the nature of the error, i might be able to help you
> On Mon, Aug 12, 2002 at 08:00:16PM -0500, Daniel J. Rychlik wrote:
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> > Gentlemen,
> > I am wanting to setup a good virus scanner for exim. I tried out
> > mailscanner, but it bombs with an error. I tried to fix the error,
> > but I got frustrated. I would like to use mailscanner or even the
> > santizer. Do you guys have any suggestions or even a preference over
> > one or the other?
> > Sincerely,
> > Daniel J. Rychlik
> > " Money does not make the world go round , Gravity does ."
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