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What's the deal with your Virus Protection?

We use Amavsid to filter incoming email for viruses. It's combined with Clamd (an open source virus scanner) and does a pretty good job.

We would like to claim that we stop all virii that are inbound on our server, but that would be a little bit of an ego boost that we don't need. So, don't forget to keep your own virus scanners up to date. Email isn't the only route for virii, and we'd be very saddened if your systems were compromised by means of a rogue website.

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