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Dan Metcalf wrote: >> ----- Original Message ----- >> From: "Michelle Konzack" <email@example.com> >> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org> >> Sent: Wednesday, April 29, 2009 2:48 PM >> Subject: Re: [Clamav-users] "Virus Infected" Message for recipient
>>> I also came across the same issue. Of course I Reject the messages, but >>> for >>> my own personal domain I like to have the notices of infected email go >>> through to the intended local recipient just to keep track of things. >>> >>> James Kosin mentioned the backscatter with faked sender addresses, but we >>> aren't looking to return the email notice to the sender. I just want to >>> send a notice to the local recipient that the message was not accepted >>> due >>> to a virus. >> I would never do this because I do not want to >> be informed about 150-2000 viriis per day. >> >> Thanks, Greetings and nice Day/Evening >> Michelle Konzack
> That's nice, but we weren't asking for an opinion poll.
> My domain doesn't get very many viruses at all through email, so it's a nice
> ticker to see when virus activity is on the rise out there. I could have
> all of the postmaster virus notifications routed to myself, but that's
> overkill for my monitoring needs.
> Dan Metcalf
Should be easy enough to write a script to parse the log and return a count of the viruses per day for you.