Re: Does email server OS needs clamav?
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>>> Of course, your linux server does not need an antivirus to protect
>>> itself, but to prevent your users to be infected. And remember that by
>>> centralizing the anti-malware checking in one point (your e-mail server)
>>> you are saving not just resources, but time and money to your company.
>> Well. They still need to have antivirus software as they use internet...
> Have you ever heard of any Windows AV that filters *outgoing* email?
Actually, most that I know do. At work, NOD32 integrates with Outlook
and Thunderbird, and scans everything, even already delivered mail. I'm
not sure if that last feature is really all that great though, I find it
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