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Moving Infected Files When Clamuko Is In Use

It appears that if clamuko is configured to scan a particular directory on
access, then clamscan does not actually identify the file as an infected
file. The results of the clamscan show Infected files: 0, even though the
directory has an infected file (in this case, eicar for testing). In
addition, the move option does not work. It seems that since clamuko is
identifying the file as infected, clamscan cannot open the file to do its
scan, nor can it move the file.

Is there some way to correct this?

Thank you.

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