[Dshield] Slightly OT
smy at gcmlp.com
Thu Nov 29 19:07:00 GMT 2001
I use Trend's Scanmail for Exchange. It's fast and accurate. It's also
updated more frequently than Norton. I really like the feature that allows
me to quarantine attachments. I don't allow .exe or .vbs files through.
It's given me much peace of mind and my users haven't complained. I just
added Emanager for content filtering
too. This was by user request - some really nasty porn spam was coming
through. It took some work, but I have a pretty good, targeted list that
just gets the stuff no
one wants to see.
Performance has been fine for 60 users that get a lot of mail with a lot of
attachments on a Pentium II 400 server.
From: Paul Marsh [mailto:pmarsh at nmefdn.org]
Sent: Thursday, November 29, 2001 8:01 AM
To: 'dshield at dshield.org'
Subject: RE: [Dshield] Slightly OT
I would like to hear more on this subject because I too am interested in
setting up the same process on an Exchange box. I currently have NAV corp.
running on the box but I'm not 100% comfortable with it, it's real time
scanning is like well how do I say it,,,, yesterday.
From: Graham Dodd [mailto:g.dodd at falk-ross.de <mailto:g.dodd at falk-ross.de> ]
Sent: Thursday, November 29, 2001 7:56 AM
To: dshield at dshield.org
Subject: [Dshield] Slightly OT
I would appreciate comments and suggestions on the following:
I am going to setup virus scanning on the mail server (Linux), but I'm not
sure about the pro's and con's of the two general options. I can setup an
SMTP Store-Forward with a scan before forwarding, or modify Sendmail.cf to
run a scan in "realtime" before delivering the mail.
Any thoughts on the good or bad points of these 2 options ?
All comments gratefully received
Graham K. Dodd
Prokurist / Director of Operations
Falk & Ross GmbH
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