Setting a block for viruses on smtp will cause the originating server to keep trying to relay the email until a timeout occurs. This could potentially cause a lot of unwanted traffic pointed at your smtp server that is getting blocked over and over by the firewall. That may still be preferred to allowing a virus in via smtp, but it's just something to be aware of.
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