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Old 10th April 2007, 21:46
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Whats the difference between the "mail scan" on the isp user advanced settings page and the "antivirus" on the isp user Antivirus & Antispam page?

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Antivirus is the ClamAV antivirus scanner, mailscan is a email content scanner that removes potentially harmfull content from emails, e.g. javascript code in HTML emails, it renames also potentially harmful files so they can not be executed. Be careful with enabling mailscan as it alters the mail content.
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