XMON- Notification Setup Not Found

Discussion in 'Other ESET Home Products' started by Gershwin, Aug 8, 2007.

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  1. Gershwin
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    Gershwin Registered Member

    Hi,

    I plan to install XMON on our Exchange servers over the weekend. While I'm reasonably confortable with the settings, I cannot figure out from the Installation Guide for MS Exchange Server how to configure notifications to come to me for any detected threats.

    I also don't see where XMON allows me to see / edit the "Anti-Virus Protocol" messages that it will put on infected messages.

    Any help would be most appreciated.

    Thanks.

    Jon
  2. sparx
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    I'm pretty sure the notifications are setup in the same place as the normal NOD32 notifications. NOD32 System Tools > NOD32 System Setup > Notifications. I believe that the alerts from XMON should generate a notification just like AMON or IMON would.
  3. Marcos
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    The problem is that MS Exchange passes bodies and attachments to XMON separately. As a result, XMON doesn't know what email an attachment belongs to so it cannot put any message to the body of infected email.
  4. Gershwin
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    Thanks for getting back to me, Marcos.

    However, this is a little confusing. On the one hand, you're saying that XMON doesn't know what attachment belongs to which e-mail, but, nevertheless, XMON can apply the "Anti-Virus Protocol Messages" to whatever it finds.

    Perhaps you could clarify this.

    Thanks.

    Jon
    Last edited: Aug 9, 2007
  5. Gershwin
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    Thanks, Sparx.

    As a new user, it's a little hard for me to get my head around the NOD32 structure after so many years with McAfee - I was looking for this in the XMON settings and forgot completely to look at the NOD32 System Setup area!

    Glad you checked in!

    Jon
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