Can anyone recommend any anti-virus software which supports Windows
2000 Server and Exchange 2000?
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Norton AntiVirus Corporate Edition 7.5
Norton AntiVirus for Exchange 2.11. Supports VAPI (hopefully theQuote:>and Exchange 2000?
With E2K, be sure to read the installation instructions in the
Symantec KB. The installation routine is _not_ intuitive, but not
> >Can anyone recommend any anti-virus software which supports Windows
> >2000 Server
> I'm generally _very_ happy with the solution below
> Norton AntiVirus Corporate Edition 7.5
> >and Exchange 2000?
> Norton AntiVirus for Exchange 2.11. Supports VAPI (hopefully the
> problems with Exchange 5.5/SP3 and VAPI are gone).
> With E2K, be sure to read the installation instructions in the
> Symantec KB. The installation routine is _not_ intuitive, but not
For obvious reasons, we are trying to do a quick analysis of available
anti-virus packages to scan incoming and outgoing mail on our Exchange
5.5 servers (running under NT Server 4.0). We would love to hear any
good or bad experiences anyone out there has had with various products.
What do you recommend (or recommend avoiding)? Have you seen any bad
interactions with server and/or e-mail software? What is the balance
between true viruses detected and false alarms? What do the packages do
when they find suspected viruses and how easy have you found this to
configure? Have particular packages seemed to require particularly high
or low levels of administrator involvement? How do they handle
compressed attachments? How easy is it to keep the virus definitions
updated with as little routine human involvement as possible?
I know a lot of this is in vendor documentation so to the extent you may
be tempted to tell us to read it, that is totally fair. However, what
we are really looking for here are real-world experiences to support or
refute the company sales pitches.
By the way, to the extent that it is a separate question, we are also
re-examining PC-level virus software. If anyone cares to offer any
advice on that -- especially anything that can be managed at one network
location and used to easily update client machines -- that would be
Thanks a lot.
Chicago Department of Public Health
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