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How to forbid Windows PPP users (connected to a Linux Intranet server running sendmail ) from sending viruses within e-mail to other users ?
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The most secure way to do this is to set up a firewall for eg. Firewall-1 by checkpoint technologies. (http://www.checkpoint.com). This runs daemons that enable it to scan e-mail for viruses in what is known as a holding-bay before it hits the network or is sent. This is the only reliable and fail-safe way to do this if you are serious about network security.

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