About This Document

About Manual

Thank you for purchasing Dr.Web for IBM Lotus Domino for Windows. This product uses the latest technologies to protect computers and data within your corporate network from email threats.

This guide is intended to help corporate network administrators install and configure Dr.Web for IBM Lotus Domino for Windows (hereinafter Dr.Web for IBM Lotus Domino), as well as find out its main functions.

Click the link to get answers to frequently asked questions.

Document conventions

The following symbols and text conventions are used in this guide:

Convention

Comment

Warning about possible errors or important notes to which you should pay special attention.

Anti-virus network

A new term or an accent on a term in descriptions.

<IP-address>

Placeholders.

Save

Names of buttons, windows, menu items and other program interface elements.

ctrl

Keyboard keys names.

C:\Windows\

Names of files and folders, code examples.

Cross-references on the document chapters or internal hyperlinks to web pages.

Abbreviations

The following abbreviations are used in the manual:

Abbreviation

Description

Dr.Web for IBM Lotus Domino

Dr.Web for IBM Lotus Domino for Windows (an anti-virus plugin)

HTTP

stands for Hypertext Transfer Protocol, that is, the protocol for transferring hypertext

NSD

stands for Notes System Diagnostics, that is, Lotus Notes system diagnostics

NSF

stands for Notes Storage Facility, that is, a type of database files used in Lotus Notes and Lotus Domino

SMTP

stands for Simple Mail Transfer Protocol, that is, a simple protocol used to transfer emails

URL

stands for Uniform Resource Locator that specifies the resource, the address of a web page

OS

Operating system