There's baitmail on sourceforge.net which strips black listed attachments
from messages before users open messages or so it claims.
On Tue, 1 Mar 2005, Michael Fleming wrote:
Michael Leung writes:
Pervious, I have installed POSTFix + SpamAssassin. They are doing
the job very well. They can stop the spammer sending Virus and spam.
But there is still a leak in email server. If one of our user got the
email contains virus from a person he/she knows, not spammer,
SpamAssassin may not stop this. So I have installed Clam AV. Does any
one try to config it with POSTFIX + SpamAssanin? Would it be very
slow? The message has to pass spamd and clamd.
You would be best to look at setting up amavis-new, which will integrate both
Spamassassin and ClamAV (or many other anti-virus programs) cleanly and
without the issues you've raised (which are mostly configuration or
implementation of your local filtering)
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