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Good antivirus for linux
RE: Good antivirus for linux
(10-22-2014, 06:52 PM)baldman Wrote: Surly you would agree that removing the virus from the infected email before it reaches the clients computer would be the best solution for everyone?

And do you're customers not have any responsibility to check their emails before opening them?

If I got an infected email from Hotmail, they would do nothing to help me except point me in the direction of an antivirus program.
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RE: Good antivirus for linux
I've got SpamAssasian and ClamAV installed on all my servers. ClamAV has never picked up any viruses though. Just seems like less hassle for everybody if infected mail is clearly marked as so.

Especially as the majority of my current clientbase is not tech savvy, at all, preventing (or warning) them to not open infected mail is essential.
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Absolutely my clients have to take some responsibly but some people just have no idea what they're doing. When their computer gets sick its always me they call and I don't have enough time to keep my own computer running smoothly...lolSmile Prevention is the best medicineSmile
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