John Levine wrote:
"Spam" filters might include virus scanning, too, and the false
positive rates on virus scanning have gotten totally out of hand in
the past year or so.
I believe you, but what kind of AV is going to decide it's a virus for
one recipient but not for the other?
Right. I think this is different - virus vs decisions about
subjective spam or attachment holds, etc. An AVS detected virus,
which implies the virus "DNA" was recorded in some AVS database,
should make this a 'system-wide' rejection policy.