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Best Antivirus program? - 6.Aug.2002 8:36:00 PM   
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Hey all, looking for advice on which antivirus program works best with Exchange? Also, cost effective (read: cheap) is nice, since money is a weeee bit tight at the company right now.
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RE: Best Antivirus program? - 7.Aug.2002 2:20:00 PM   
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I like trend micro, dont get cheap on antivirus

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RE: Best Antivirus program? - 7.Aug.2002 2:22:00 PM   
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NAV works fine here

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RE: Best Antivirus program? - 7.Aug.2002 3:53:00 PM   
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Norton Antivirus Corporate works great for us. Blocks infected attachments before they make it to the users on my network.

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RE: Best Antivirus program? - 7.Aug.2002 4:02:00 PM   
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Hey,
we are using F-Secure Anti-Virus. It is good not only for e-mail or web downloading scanning, but it is policy-oriented distribution software.
Really cool.

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RE: Best Antivirus program? - 8.Aug.2002 3:47:00 PM   
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We use Antigen. It can use multiple engines to scan the mail. It can also search for attachment names and content. Also has option to quarantine the files. It is sold by number of users so it can be installed on multiple servers.

Curtiss W.

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RE: Best Antivirus program? - 12.Aug.2002 5:10:00 PM   
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I like the Network Associates Groupshield .. and again dont be cheap with antivirus

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RE: Best Antivirus program? - 14.Aug.2002 11:32:00 PM   
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Sybari Antigen has saved us multiple time. The way that Antigen scans for viruses is better then any other virus program out there. When trend and NAI get bombarded by viruses, there is a chance the virus will get through, but with antigen with multipe engines and the use of the ESE scanning tools, it is not limited to the mapi base that all the other products are.

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RE: Best Antivirus program? - 21.Aug.2002 4:02:00 PM   
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I use antigen and its a live saver!
I intalled it configured it!
and never opened it again and its works great.
BEST ever.

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RE: Best Antivirus program? - 21.Aug.2002 6:28:00 PM   
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We're using NAV on server and clients, lets us scan when the mail passes through the server and then at the client end again just in case.
Comes bundled in with the entire NAV server package.
Don't cut costs on antivirus or you'll just end up regreting it later (speaking from experience - last year we had no exchange mail cover and got hit be Nimda and Sercam, cost us about a week in downtime!)

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RE: Best Antivirus program? - 25.Sep.2002 8:21:00 PM   
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Trend from Antivirus.com works really good for me.

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RE: Best Antivirus program? - 27.Sep.2002 12:09:00 AM   
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I have found that Trend works great for us. We have it running for email, web as well as file scanning. I have found that it has caught some stuff from the web that norton missed. The things is that they all are good products and I believe its what you started with that sticks with you. [Cool]

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RE: Best Antivirus program? - 14.Oct.2002 1:25:00 PM   
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Trend - Scanmail. Top product, and you don't need to restart the server when you have installed it.

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RE: Best Antivirus program? - 15.Oct.2002 9:48:00 PM   
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We use Groupshield, like all prog's as long as it's kept upto date, they'll all do what they are designed for

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