March 21, 2012
Dr.Web for MS Exchange is an anti-virus application encompassing the most advanced Dr.Web technologies to protect corporate MS Exchange servers against viruses and spam. The program seamlessly integrates into the system, and scans all emails and attachments received by the server.
Dr.Web 6.00.1 for MS Exchange can now automatically search for a license key file in its installation and update directories. The version 6.00.1 comes with French help and web-console interface. In addition, previously identified errors have been corrected, in particular an issue that caused e-mail client crashes when accessing a user's mailbox has been resolved.
To use Dr.Web 6.00.1 for MS Exchange you will need to install the updated version over the existing installation. After reinstalling, a server reboot will also be necessary.
Dr.Web for MS Exchange is available under the Dr.Web Mail Security Suite license.
See the release notes for a full list of changes and corrections as well as for installation instructions.
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