In the Microsoft Outlook mail application, on the Tools Options Dr.Web Anti-virus page (in Microsoft Outlook 2010, go to Files Options Add-ins, select Dr.Web for Microsoft Outlook and click the Add-in Options button), statistic information about total number of objects, which have been checked and processed by the program, is listed.

These scanned objects are classified as follows:

Checked—total number of checked objects and messages.

Infected—total number of infected objects attached to the messages.

Suspicious—number of messages presumably infected with a virus (upon a reaction of the heuristic analyzer).

Cured—number of objects successfully cured by the program.

Not checked—number of objects which cannot be checked or check of which failed due to an error.

Clear—number of objects and messages that are not infected.

Then the number of processed objects is specified:

Moved—number of objects moved to Quarantine.

Deleted—number of objects removed from the system.

Ignored—number of objects skipped without changes.

Spam messages—number of objects detected as spam.

By default, statistics is saved to the drwebforoutlook.log file located in the %USERPROFILE%\Doctor Web folder.


Statistics accumulates during a session. It is reset to zero if the computer or Dr.Web Agent for Windows is restarted.