Protea AntiVirus Tools for Lotus Domino

Protea AntiVirus Tools for Lotus Domino crack/keygen

Protea AntiVirus Tools for Lotus Domino

Download Protea AntiVirus Tools for Lotus Domino Crack+Keygen

Version 3.00.288
Updated Jun 16th 2010
Company
Rating 3.7
537 3.7
Crack Size 139 MB
Downloads 20991
Systems Windows 2K, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 2003, Windows NT
Category antivirus

Protea AntiVirus Tools for Lotus Notes/Domino scans and cleans automatically the message body, attached files, rich text fields and OLE objects in Domino mail, keeps Domino bases virus-free.

Virus detection is handled by CA eTrustT, ESET NOD32 and Norman Virus Control and others antivirus scanners. Scanning occurs in real-time, cleaning e-mail traffic of Lotus Domino without slowing down the mail delivery. All infected objects are blocked, regardless of format, archive or compression type. On-demand scanning ensures that databases are virus-free on setup.

Fully configurable, scheduled database scanning offers an additional level of protection. The scanner checks the database in the catalogs specified by the Administrator. It provides automatic virus signature file updates, centralized virus activity logs, and integration with the Lotus Notes administration client. Give JumpBox Protea AntiVirus Tools a try to fully assess its capabilities!

Protea AntiVirus Tools for Lotus Domino reviews

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