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Dr.Web 10.0.1 for MS Exchange released

September 24, 2015

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has released Dr.Web 10.0.1 for MS Exchange. This application is designed to check MS Exchange Server traffic for viruses and spam and neutralise all types of malware found in emails processed by the mail server.

The new features improve the application's reliability and usability.

  • Now infected attachments can be added to a password-protected archive.
  • The administrator web console supports different access levels.
  • An SMTP connection to a client can be disrupted when a message rated as spam is being blocked or deleted.
  • A background scan can be launched on demand.
  • Information about Dr.Web events can now be forwarded from the “Application” log to the Doctor Web log.
  • The administrator web console now incorporates the “Advanced settings” section where you can specify anti-spam and anti-virus scanning exceptions.
  • The date display format in the web console's “Events” section has been changed from alphabetic to numeric.
  • A search box for performing a quick search through AD group lists is now also available in the console.

In addition, known defects in the application have been corrected. The company has eliminated a defect that caused the web console to terminate abnormally if a filtering rule was being created without specifying any parameters. The routines for integrating the application with MS Exchange Server 2003 have been upgraded. The web console now boasts better stability and a new digital signature.

More information about the upgrade process and the system requirements for Dr.Web for MS Exchange 10.0.1 can be found in the Release notes.

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