I have not posted in a long time, mainly since Kerio has been running great over the past couple of years. However, last week the old Sophos AV quit working on me. This has happened before, and the fix was pretty easy. Just stop Kerio, delete the old AV directories, and re-install Kerio. Last time I also updated Kerio when this occurred. This time was not so great.
The update, of course, changed the AV to Bitdefender from Sophos. Upon launching the AV would not work. Reading through the forums here show that maybe I just need to be patient for the AV to download it's definitions before it will scan. Problem is neither I or my users are that patient. We can't wait for the e-mail server to spend a hour waiting for this update. I waited for the update to complete last night, after almost an hour it had not downloaded from what I can tell, still no AV and no mail delivery because no AV. So I stopped AV again. We are now delivering e-mail with no AV. NOT GOOD!
So, I'm wondering if there is an interim fix for this? Turn on AV, but turn off scanning or at least let e-mail be delivered without scan, just notify admin or logs of this. Then of course scan when the downloads are complete. Here's the config file settings, not sure where to adjust to try this scenario out?
Some settings that look promising "LiveProtectionMode", "DelayIfFailed". I'm wondering if having these on or off will let mail flow without the scan? Yet, with the AV on at least it will download the definitions. Then I can change it back on when the definitions are in? Not sure how to check the definitions download either. This is all too "hidden" in my opinion. I much prefer to know exactly what is going on with the software at all times. I wish the logs were more informative.
Also not sure if the "SophosMachineID" is needed any more...
Anyway, does anyone have any words of wisdom here? Or anyone had enough experience with this new AV to help out?
[Updated on: Mon, 29 January 2018 17:07]
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