By default, SpIDer Mail attempts to cure messages infected with a known and (supposedly) curable virus and moves incurable and suspicious messages as well as adware and dialers to . Other messages are transmitted unchanged by SpIDer Mail (skipped). The default message scan parameters are optimal for most cases. Do not change them unnecessarily.
In this section:
Configuring message scan
The default SpIDer Mail settings are optimal for recent users, provide maximum protection and require minimum user actions. However, by default SpIDer Mail may block some features of email programs (for example, sending a message to multiple addresses might be considered as mass distribution, incoming mail is not scanned for spam). Useful information from safe text part of infected messages also becomes unavailable in case of automatically deletion.
To start editing email scan parameters
1.Open Dr.Web , then select .
2.In the open window, click tile.
3.Make sure Dr.Web operates in (the lock at the bottom of the program window is open ). Otherwise, click the lock .
4.Click the tile. A component parameters window opens.
Figure 46. Email scan parameters
In this group, you can configure actions that Dr.Web will apply to messages if Dr.Web detects a threat in them.
Figure 47. Configuring actions for messages
You can increase security above the default level. For this, click the link and select action for . It is recommended that you scan the moved file with Dr.Web Scanner after that.
To access the parameters of message scan, click the link.
Actions on messages
In this group, you can configure additional actions to be applied when SpIDer Mail processes messages.
You can set the condition under which SpIDer Mail should acknowledge complex messages, whose scanning is time consuming, as unchecked. To do that, enable the option and set the maximum message scanning time. After the expiry of the specified period (by default, 250 sec.), SpIDer Mail stops scanning the message.
Enable the option if you want SpIDer Mail to scan archived files transferred via email. If necessary, enable the following options and configure scan parameters for archives:
•. If an archive size exceeds the specified value (by default, 30,720 KB), SpIDer Mail does not unpack and scan the archive.
•. If a nesting level is greater than the specified value (by default, 64), SpIDer Mail proceeds unpacking and scanning the archive until this limit is exceeded.
The following settings allow you to configure additional email scanning parameters:
•Use heuristic analysis—in this mode, are used to detect suspicious objects that are most likely infected with unknown viruses. To disable the analyzer, disable the option.
•Scan installation packages. This option is disabled by default.
After performing the action you configured, SpIDer Mail can display a notification in the notification area. If necessary, you can desktop and email notifications.
If you want SpIDer Mail to scan data transmitted over cryptographic protocols, enable the option in the window.