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> > Steven Stern wrote:
> > > Checking outgoing mail is pointless. Why bother?
> On Wed, 24 Feb 2010 10:33:09 -0500
> Kris Deugau <firstname.lastname@example.org> articulated:
> > So you can reduce malware propagation? (And as a result, maybe not
> > end up on everyone's local blacklist for spewing garbage...)
On 24.02.10 11:38, Jerry wrote:
> It is still pointless and a waste of processing power.
you like being on blacklist after your users start spewing spam and viruses, don't you?
> > > If I were mailing malware, I'd be sure to mark that it had been
> > > scanned, approved, and was safe to open.
> > *nod* I won't trust third-party headers claiming mail is safe or
> > non-spam... I *will* happily trust third-party headers that say it's
> > malicious or spam.
> Again, pointless. I do not believe that there is any industrial
> standard or RFC that specifically states how to insert a header that
> that marks an e-mail as infected.
doesn't that "*nod*" mean anything?
> Simply employing your own AV software is a lot simpler, and probably more
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