How do I set NOD32 to scan archives/zip files?

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by writerguy, Mar 5, 2004.

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  1. writerguy

    writerguy Registered Member

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    Hi, I'm brand new to these forums and just downloaded and installed the evaluation version of NOD32 v.2 a few days ago.

    So far it's caught 4 viruses and handled them in my email.

    I have a question after reading the posts in this thread. My apologies if this is the wrong forum, or if I should've started a new thread: How do I set NOD32 to scan archives/zip files? Posts in this thread speak of selecting "archives" as a choice in IMON and/or AMON. But the closest I can come is to find the selection "Scan all files" with a check box under "Exclusions."

    Is that what I should check or is there somewhere else?

    I gotta say, everything I've read about NOD32 has been encouraging. I will probably buy it at the end of my evaluation. (It caught a virus that avast! Pro 4.1 let get by when I was testing avast a couple of days ago.)

    I found NOD32, BTW, because the guy who developed "K-9" antispam software mentioned that he uses it because it integrates well with both his software and his email client without settings problems. (I use K-9 and PocoMail 3.0.3 for my email client.)

    Sorry if I've gotten off-topic, but I really want to be sure I have NOD32 set up the best I possibly can. I have about 25 email addresses I check every half hour or so.

    Thanks,

    Gary Speer
     
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    puff-m-d Registered Member

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    Look under NOD32>>Setup "Objects to Diagnose"....

    HTH.....

    Regards,
    Kent
     

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    For IMON:

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  4. writerguy

    writerguy Registered Member

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    Thanks for both replies. I found the settings and got 'em set. :D

    Gary Speer
     
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