Release Notes for Dr.Web for IBM Lotus Domino 10.0
Last updated on 12.05.2015
Dr.Web for IBM Lotus Domino is an anti-virus plug-in protecting IBM® Lotus® Domino® mail systems from viruses and spam. It helps you perform real-time or scheduled scans of email messages and documents received, sent or stored on the mail server and move infected objects to the Quarantine.
Resolved Issues and Other Changes
This section contains a list of changes and some of the bugs and issues which have been fixed:
Dr.Web for IBM Lotus Domino version 10.0 is not compatible with Dr.Web products of the version 6.
For installation of the new version it is necessary to uninstall the previous version. Make backup copies of databases of DrWeb folder if necessary, because settings and Quarantine database will be removed. To transfer settings to newer version, use configuration functions of Import/export (see chapter of documentation).
OS and software requirements
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