[unisog] Request Opinions on Anti-Virus Software

Cal Frye cjf at calfrye.com
Tue Jun 7 15:29:41 GMT 2005

I presume you have a higher percentage of users actually using your email
server, then. Our users can just as easily get the viruses from their Hotmail
accounts, or whatever, and that gets them into our network effectively enough.

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Hall, Rand wrote:
> Hmmm, I'm surprised by two things:
> 1) All of this talk about email-borne viruses. I thought most
> companies/schools had a pretty good handle on this.

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