Ubuntu Feisty 7.04 manual page repository

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NAME

        sanitizer - an email virus scanner
 

SYNOPSIS

        sanitizer [conffile ...] [confoption ...]
 

DESCRIPTION

        This  manual page documents briefly the sanitizer command.  This manual
        page was written for the  Debian  GNU/Linux  distribution  because  the
        original program does not have a manual page.
 
        The  Anomy  Sanitizer  is  what  most people would call "an email virus
        scanner". That description is not totally accurate, but it  does  cover
        one  of  the more important jobs that the sanitizer can do for you - it
        can scan email attachments for viruses.
 
        Sanitizer acts as pipe. It expects an email message to scan on standard
        input,  and returns filtered message on standard output. You could give
        a path to configuration file or just set some  configuration  variables
        in command line.
procmail(1).  More info on configuration: /usr/share/doc/sanitizer/san     
        itizer.html
 

AUTHOR

        This manual page was written by Adam Byrtek <alpha@debian.org>, for the
        Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).
 
SANITIZER(1)
 

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