[Rspamd-Users] Kaspersky Anti Virus with rspamd
Nihad @ RSPAMD maillist
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Sun Aug 4 05:59:13 UTC 2019
There are probably reasons as to why there are different versions.
Having file server version is perhaps optimised for one task and that task only. While mail server is optimised for mail server task.
I am thinking, without knowing much about Kaspersky product lines on linux, on access scanning can be disabled/enabled. So if you buy file/workstation edition I am betting you can control this aspect.
What is perhaps more important is, how files are scanned. Can rspamd interface with the scanner.
Perhaps you should ask this question on Kaspersky support forums/list/channels.
Apparently can Kaspersky mail server edition, use same interface as clamav... if file /workstation edition do this interface as well, both can be used with rspamd.
When all this is said, it is worth knowing, that I am new to rspamd and heavily rely on docs and others examples to understand how it works.
See if you can get a hold of trail version and test them. That’s the best advice I can get you.
But there might be reason why no info online is for this. Perhaps it’s niche or not possible.
On 4 Aug 2019, 07.05 +0200, Durga Prasad Malyala <dp.malyala at gmail.com>, wrote:
> Hello all,
> Can i use the Kaspersky for Linux file server or workstation edition?
> The document https://rspamd.com/doc/modules/antivirus.html#kaspersky-specific
> talks about the mail server version only as per my understanding. i.e.
> Kaspersky Security 8.0.1 For Linux Mail Server.
> I want to buy the command line work station edition instead of the
> mail server edition which is counted on mailboxes, Whereas the
> workstation edition is a per server license.
> Or do i need the file server option for performance reasons.
> I generally don't use file server editions in mail servers since they
> have features like access on demand etc which is not needed and slows
> down the server.
> Does anyone have any steps for integrating kaspersky workstation or
> file server edition with rspamd? please share as it will be a great
> Thanks for any suggestions.
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