April 1, 2009
Doctor Web — the Russian anti-virus vendor — releases Dr.Web for IBM Lotus Domino 5.0 that protects databases of Domino servers and corporate e-mail from viruses and spam. The anti-virus module scans all e-mails detects malicious programs, neutralizes aftereffects of infection and isolates incurable and suspicious files in the quarantine. All anti-virus routines are performed real-time and can also be scheduled.
Dr.Web for IBM Lotus Domino 5.0 features the improved anti-virus engine with unique detection and curing capabilities. The scanning has become even faster than before. The user-friendly web-interface allows an administrator to configure the anti-virus and control its operation using virtually any browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera).
The anti-spam module of Dr.Web for IBM Lotus Domino divides spam messages into three categories and allows an administrator to specify actions for each category of unwanted e-mail. A system administrator can remove a spam message from the server so a supposed recipient won’t receive it or move the message into a separate database to be able to restore it to its original location later if necessary. A new category has also been introduced for objects that can’t be scanned by the anti-virus. If the anti-virus is unable to check an attached file, the file can be moved to the quarantine automatically. In such cases a user will receive a text file with notification attached instead of the quarantined file.
Dr.Web for IBM Lotus Domino is certified by IBM and included in the Lotus Business Solutions Catalog
See the release notes at download.drweb.com/lotus
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