The Russian anti-virus vendor Doctor Web released a beta-version of its anti-virus solution Dr.Web for MS Exchange 2007. The new product comes as an addition to Dr.Web for MS Exchange 2000/2003 providing reliable anti-virus and anti-spam protection for Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. As the new product hits beta, an updated version of Dr.Web for MS Exchange 2000/2003 with several fixes and improvements becomes available to customers.
Dr.Web for MS Exchange 2007 supports new concepts of organizations implemented in Exchange Server 2007 – server role and transport agent – as well as the new SMTP-events structure of the mail server. Now all messages are processed by anti-virus transport agents of the Dr.Web solution at different stages of an SMTP transfer.
Functionality of the quarantine has been improved. Now users can rescan quarantined objects and use latest virus definitions to neutralize dangerous objects.
Cutting-edge Dr.Web anti-virus technologies implemented in Dr.Web for MS Exchange 2007 provide:
- High performance and stability
- Minimum system load
- Easy installation and configuration
- High-level protection
Doctor Web welcomes all users willing to participate in the beta-testing of .Web for MS Exchange 2007. In order to take part in the testing you need to register.
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