Running 3.2.2 with the built-in database.
I discovered several issues with the e-mails sent regarding virus detection. If you want, I can put these in tracker.
1. For e-mails that are scanned, add the following header:
X-Virus-Scanned: (name of virus scanner)
This is pretty standard nowadays.
2. In the AntiVirus options, add a text box to enter your the name of virus scanner. I'm using the SOSDG build of ClamAV, not ClamWin. Mainly so I can use the daemon as a service.
3. In the AntiVirus options, the notification e-mails seem be dependent on the e-mail format. If my personality sets the From address to: J <email@example.com>, then I won't get the notification if I send a virus. If it's just firstname.lastname@example.org
, then I will get it. You can see that doesn't seem to be parsing correctly here:
"APPLICATION" 884 "2004-07-26 17:03:39.154" "SMTPDeliverer - Message 89: Delivering message from MailDaemon to J email@example.com
However, if I send to J <firstname.lastname@example.org> with a virus, and say notify receipient, it does work. It's only when I say notify sender that e-mail address isn't parsed correctly.
4. The date on these notification e-mails seems to be formatted oddly. Eudora doesn't even show a date in the In box. Now I'm no expert on dates for e-mail, but I've only had no dates a handful of times in my ten years on the net
This date doesn't display:
Date: 26-Jul-2004 17:20:58 -0500
But this does:
Date: Mon, 26 Jul 2004 15:13:20 -0500
That at least is what's in the e-mail.
Overall a great piece of software and easy to use. Thanks!