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Nixs

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We have Norton Antivirus installed on KMS, with the entire mail store as an exclusion. Norton also has "trust" where it doesn't scan network files opened from remote servers with Norton on it.

Norton runs scheduled scans against the store periodically. These are report / read only scans. So I have about 40 viruses in my KMS store that have been there for around a year now. These constantly show up in my virus reports.

I can't just delete these files, or KMS goes nuts as the index.fld doesn't match the files. My question is this; How do I get the integrated McAfee to clean up these old viruses?
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So is there no way to do this?
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To my knowledge, the integrated McAfee does NOT scan the mail storre, only messages traveling through the inbound / outbound queue. Once delivered to the message store, McAfee doesn't process them.

I would clean them up by stopping the Kerio mail server, deleting the infected file, then delete the related index.fld file. Deleting stats.usr might not be a bad idea either, if you have quotas in place.

Restart the mail server and it will simply rebuild the missing files, no big deal.

Good is better than evil because it's nicer
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