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Re: Antivirus license

Brad Lay wrote:
> On Tue, 10 Jun 2003, [iso-8859-1] Tomàs Núñez Lirola wrote:
> > Hi
> > I want to put an antivirus on the mail server (BugBear 
> helped me to convince
> > my boss). Now is time for wondering about licenses.
> >
> > Kaspersky and F-Prot (two examples) have a product for a 
> mail server. If I use
> > their product for a personal use (wich license price is a 
> 5% of the mail
> > server license) with amavis, am I doing something illegal? 
> Does the license
> > permit its use with amavis?
> > I need to know it for sure... so can anyone help me?
> >
> > However, the open alternatives (clamav, openantivirus, etc) 
> are stable enough?
> > They get updated fast enough?
> Openantivirus is outdated by clamav, and clamav is very 
> stable on all 3 of
> my servers, bugbear was picked up by quickly enough for me. Definetly
> worth using IMHO. works with amavis (all MTA's), exiscan (exim3), and
> MIMEDEfang (sendmail milter), in my setups. I'm very pleased.
I second that. We use amavisd-new with clamav on all our externally visible
MX boxen. The software is rock stable, but clamav's database site is down
from time to time. This is fixed in mainstream (different download server),
eventually I'll put updated debs somewhere. I also filed a bug for that,
hoping the pkgmnt will pick it up soon.


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