The gateway filters, cleans, and deals with bounces. "Good" mail is passed onto your mail server.
You can have multiple gateways at the same MX if you _really_ need to.
qmail-scanner with clam-av and spamassassin is a nice combo that has also been well documented.
Guillermo Villasana Cardoza wrote:
Yes I know that, but I do need to have the scanner in one machine and the mail program in another, and qmail-scanner although it does stop a lot of virus, it is not enough for me. (which by the way I am also using)
I have seen the bitdefender, has anyone used that one? or also I have seen the panda software. Still I am not sure that panda works with qmail.
linuxQmail-Scanner works well and gives you the ability to incorporate SPAM filtering
On Wed, 2003-06-11 at 11:37, Guillermo Villasana Cardoza wrote:
Hi guys, do anyone know a good antivirus scanner that can be installed on
but not directly in the machine with the email server? and that works with qmail+vpopmail?
Firewall--->Antivirus Mail scanner--->Qmail+Vpopmail Mailserver
-- Ron Culler