Does anyone have the current F-Prot command line syntax
Question asked by Joe Wolf - February 18, 2015 at 8:18 AM
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ClamAV is letting hundreds of infected files thru every day.  It no longer seems to be able to scan attachments inside .eml file format (neither will Microsoft Security Essentials).  F-Prot will and it's reasonably priced.  I have done quite a few tests on infected .eml files and find F-Prot is the most reasonable way to go, and ClamAV is nearly useless.  I can provide an example if you post an email address I'll send them to you.
 
What I need to know is if anyone has the proper current F-Prot command line syntax.  I used to use it, but have lost my notes.  It was on the old forums here, but that data is gone as well.
 
Thanks,
-Joe
Thanks,
-Joe

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So .. have you found another AV solution? ESET has not so nice licensing model because ESET File Server software can be used only on one server when you buy NOD32 endpoint security suite for about 5-19 workstations. I'm using 3 smartermail gateways within my server room and one outside so I need 4 AV licenses. Now I'm checking Avast which for its "Avast Endpoint Protection Suite" allows to use their software on any type of system (client or server edition). There is also multiple examples in internet how to use command line util ashCmd.exe (hmailserver forum contains some examples). For 5 licenses of Avast Endpoint price is 175usd which (of course it depens of your situation) is not so big price IMHO.

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