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did anyone where i can get free antivirus for my MTA (sendmail), coz recently our client computer got too much virus (mydoom.f) while i am still unable to block it using procmail ( the attachment used random character)
I hate to sound like a tight-wad here, but does anybody know of one for sendmail that is free? As in updated freely, no cost for initial install, and all that. I don't require something like this but it would be nice to have as an added line of defense. I work at a "small" hospital that is non-profit, so money does not flow freely around here. But, I'm sure that's the same with a lot of ya'll too.
I know you are looking for free, but Vexira Antivirus for Mail Servers, Sendmail edition is awesome. It's $200 per year, and updates are automatically distributed to your box over the web via cron job. The best part about it is that it integrates with Sendmail using a milter, which is so slick I can't even begin to describe. I work for a small shop, too, but compared to McAfee's GroupShield for Exchange (which costs several $1000s per year) Vexira is much more affordable. http://www.centralcommand.com/mailserver_products.html