Document Conventions and Abbreviations
Chapter 1. Introduction
What is Dr.Web for IBM Lotus Domino
Objects that are Scanned
License Key File
Chapter 2. Installation and Removal
Installing Dr.Web for IBM Lotus Domino
Removing Dr.Web for IBM Lotus Domino
Chapter 3. Getting Started
Folders and Files Created During Installation
Changes in the Lotus Domino Server Directory
Launching the Lotus Domino Server
Virus Detection Test
Spam Detection Test
Starting the Administrator Console
Chapter 4. Administration
Components of the Program
Groups and Profiles
Creating and Managing Profiles
Setting Up Notifications
Adjusting the Monitor
Setting Up Anti-spam Filtering
Managing Groups of Clients
Scanning Lotus Notes Databases
Managing the Quarantine
Reviewing the Statistics
Managing Distribution of Reports
Managing the Event Log
Managing Filters for Databases and Email Addresses
Compiling Black and White Lists of Email Addresses
Updating the Virus Databases
Appendix A. Automatic Updating Utility Command Line Parameters
Appendix B. Frequently Asked Questions
What to do when errors occur?
Why am I not able to open some of the databases?
Why is the Anti-spam component not working?
What should I do if the AMgr task crashes with an error?
How to disable virus-detection features?
Which databases are never scanned for viruses?
How to adjust the plug-in via a web interface?
Which files are updated by the Updater?
What replication types are there?
Appendix C. Operation in Central Protection Mode
Appendix D. Technical Support