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Some email virus filters want to sit between your mail program and your mail server, in just the way that SpamPal does.

There's actually no reason why they can't; you just have them setup in serial (often called a chain), so that your virus filter fetches its mail through SpamPal rather than directly from your mailserver, and then your email program fetches the mail through the virus filter.

The following links show what is needed to use your anti-virus software with Spampal (and just to prove your anti-virus software is working, you can send yourself a test by visiting this page):
Using SpamPal with AntiVirus software


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