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Posted 31 July 2005 - 10:56 PM
Sorry, but the arguments are specious at best and poorly thought out. Email
scanning is promoted by vendors simply because it makes users "feel good."
It has no other useful purpose and instead creates problems for users by
creating timeouts with ISP's while waiting for the proxy to do its
uneccesary and useless job.
Antivirus screeners in fact, create problems for users. Many have a long
history (McAffee in particular) of damaging users stored messages and in
many cases deleting them without possibility of ever being retrieved.
Screen a few thousand messages on these Outlook Express newsgroups and you
might change your mind.
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