Re: [Evolution] Virus filtering
- From: Philippe Chartier <chartiep cybersciences com>
- To: guenther <guenther rudersport de>
- Cc: Dan Winship <danw ximian com>, evolution lists ximian com
- Subject: Re: [Evolution] Virus filtering
- Date: 01 Jul 2003 17:13:51 +0200
Le mar 01/07/2003 à 16:39, guenther a écrit :
I've discovered Antivir <http://www.hbedv.com/>. It's a commercial
product but it's free for personal use. But I'm unable to make it work
with Evolution... Simply putting <Pipe message to shell command "antivir
" Returns greater than "0"> does not catch anything... I haven't found
a "data streaming" option for Antivir. I suppose I need to make a "pipe"
or a "redirection" or something, but it's beyond my actual knowledge of
From the documentation, there doesn't seem to be any way to make it
check a single file of your choice. It seems to be designed only to scan
the entire disk for viruses.
Well, AntiVir has the ability, to scan all "through"coming messages on a
SMTP. I don't know, if checking single mails piped to the binary is
Philippe, please read the AntiVir documentation, if this is possible.
Well, I've already read all the documentation, FAQ, etc. I could find on
Antivir's website (unfortunately, some of it has not been translated
from German - which I'd love to learn... when I find some free time!).
I've also searched on GoogleGroups for any clue...
Would it not be possible to have a little script where each message
being filtered would be temporarily piped to a file, which could then be
scanned by Antivir? I guess it would not be very efficient, but could be
worth a try...
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