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I've setup Anomy to delete all windows executables on a small mail
server I'm responsible for (something I was glad I did _before_ the
storm of SWEN-viruses started flooding it).
Even though Anomy by itself works great I would like to increase
security further with F-prot. I want Anomy to call F-prot (4.3.0 Linux
desktop version) and scan every incoming email. Is this at all possible
with the desktop version of F-prot? How should I write a config file for
Anomy to do what I want?
Your help is appreciated.
Cirkity Gravikus Email: email@example.com
~ Phone: +46-(0)31 216 696
http://www.cirkitygravikus.com Cell: +46-(0)70 370 7023
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