ESET Mail Security for IBM Lotus Domino 4.5 (RC) has been released

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    The Release Candidate of ESET Mail Security for Lotus Domino version 4.5.14005 is now available to download.

    This product replaces ESET NOD32 Antivirus for IBM Lotus Domino, which is based on NOD32 Antivirus 2.7 and is scheduled for End of Life in 2012. For more information on the 2.7 End of Life, please visit End of Life announcement for NOD32 version 2.7 server products.
    Changelog:
    • Added: Support for the ESET Mail Security “multi-license”
    • Added: New antispam settings in the Advanced Setup tree
    • Added: Support of rewrite of the infected attachments
    • Added: Automatic exclusions for ESET Remote Administrator and Microsoft Hyper-V
    • Added: Support of multi-partitioned Domino Server installation
    • Added: New quarantine template
    • Fixed: Problem with not connecting to the ESET Remote Administrator Server
    • Fixed: Problem with multiple notifications in the “message body”
    • Fixed: Problem with scanning of RFC files
    • Fixed: Problem with protection status error when exceeding license limit
    • Fixed: Problem with restart of single-partition server
    • Fixed: Texts with tooltips and descriptions of antispam settings
    • Fixed: Settings of allowed, ignored and blocked domains in antispam settings
    • Fixed: Critical error causing server crashes
    • Fixed: Error with checking that installer is running with administrative privileges
    • Fixed: Errors in exclusions in e-shell
    • Fixed: Error in resident antivirus protection module
    • Fixed: Localization issues
    • Changed: Actualized e-shell commands
    • Changed: Updated documentation and in-product help
    For more information and to download the product, please visit the ESET Mail Security for Lotus Domino Beta page.
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