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How to install NOD32 antivirus with Kerio Connect on Linux

Summary

This article describes how to install NOD32 antivirus with Kerio Connect on Linux

In case of Linux, you need to install Eset Mail Security for Linux. It is supported in Kerio MailSever 6.1.2 and above and in Kerio Connect 7.0 and above. If you have older version of Kerio MailServer, please upgrade it before installing Eset Mail Security for Linux.

Please note that it is necessary to exclude Kerio Connect's store, archive and backup directory from Eset Mail Security for Linux real-time protection. Also, it is necessary to stop scanning of SMTP, POP3 and IMAP communication in Eset Mail Security for Linux configuration. We also recommend to stop scanning of HTTP and HTTPS communication in Eset Mail Security for Linux configuration. Please look into Eset Mail Security for Linux documentation for more details, http://www.eset.com.

Details

Enabling Eset Mail Security for Linux in Kerio Connect

  1. Download Eset Mail Security for Linux
  2. Install it in a general way on your computer
  3. Set proper license key for Eset Mail Security for Linux provided by Eset
  4. Open Kerio Connect's Administration
  5. Go to Configuration->Content Filter->Antivirus
  6. Enable option "Use external antivirus” (near the top)
  7. Choose "NOD32 for Linux"
  8. Click "Apply" (near the bottom) to save settings

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