Release Notes for Dr.Web for IBM Lotus Domino 12.0

Last updated on 2/26/2019


Resolved Issues and Other Changes

Installation Notes

Additional Information

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

Windows Server® 2003 is no longer supported.

Components versions supported by the plug-in are renewed up to 12.0 version. Dr.Web products of versions earlier than 12.0 are not supported.

The plug-in of version 12.0 is not compatible with Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite.

Installation Notes

Before you install Dr.Web for IBM Lotus Domino, note the following compatibility information:

1.Dr.Web for IBM Lotus Domino version 12.0 is only compatible with Dr.Web products of version 12.0, including Antivirus for Windows Servers 12.0.

2.Dr.Web for IBM Lotus Domino is incompatible with other anti-virus software. Installation of multiple anti-virus software on the same computer may cause system errors and loss of important data. If you have another version of Dr.Web for IBM Lotus Domino or other anti-virus software installed on your computer, use the setup file or the standard tools in the operating system to remove it.

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 Configuration Export/Import chapter of documentation).

Hardware requirements




Pentium 133 MHz or higher; compatible with the i80386 command system

Free RAM

300 MB or more

Disk space

350 MB or more


VGA-compatible monitor is required; capability to display at least 1280 x 1024 pixels with 256 colors is recommended

OS and software requirements




For 32-bit platforms:

Windows Server® 2008;

Windows Server® 2008 R2;

For 64-bit platforms:

Windows Server® 2008;

Windows Server® 2008 R2;

Windows Server® 2012;

Windows Server® 2012 R2;

Windows Server® 2016.

File system


Lotus software

Lotus Domino 8.5 for Windows or later

Lotus Notes 7.0.2 for Windows or later

Additional software

Internet Explorer 8, Mozilla Firefox 3, Opera 9 or any later versions of these web browsers (required for access to the web interface)


Doctor Web, Ltd. does not guarantee operation of Dr.Web for IBM Lotus Domino on alpha, beta and other non-release versions of the Lotus Domino server.

Additional Information

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Read the frequently asked questions at

Browse the Dr.Web official forum at

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