Noel Jones wrote:
> Gerardo Herzig wrote:
>> Hi all. Im looking a way to check outgoing mail for viruses.
>> Im reading http://www.postfix.org/SMTPD_PROXY_README.html, and looks
>> like what im looking for. Im at the right path?
>> I hope so.
>> This is for a 2000 email accounts server, 20 listing mails (some of
>> those with 15000 users), so cant be shure if it fits into "heavy" or
>> "low" traffic ^^
>> Comments and recomendations will be appreciated.
> If all you need is virus scanning, probably the easiest way to integrate
> a virus scanner into postfix is with a milter.
> A basic, easy to use, and free antivirus milter is the clamav-milter
> bundled with clam antivirus. This will typically add a couple tenths of
> a second or so to the mail processing time and works well with postfix.
there is also clamsmtp. and of course, if he intends to use spamassassin
someday, amavisd-new does both.
> There are other choices - commercial products, other milters such as
> j-chkmail that use clamav with additional features, the clamsmtp proxy,
> or using a post-queue content filter such as the often recommended