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Bitdefender and Symantec on one server
  Posted by  Willem Deboer  on Saturday, February 28, 2004 at 3:55:43 PM (EST)
Hi,

I have Lansuite 2003 virus edition running on my server. It also runs Symantec anti-virus, with both file system and email checking enabled.
When an infected email arrives, it is first detected by Symantec Realtime File System protection, deleted, and Lansuite never gets a chance to handle it.
How can I stop Symantec from killing the email and make Bitdefender handle the infected email properly?

Txs,

Willem
  Posted by Andy Sharrem  on Saturday, February 28, 2004 at 4:09:52 PM (EST)
In Symantic options either turn off Auto-Protect or add the LS mailbox dir to the exclude list.
  Posted by Willem Deboer  on Saturday, February 28, 2004 at 4:37:25 PM (EST)
Yep, tried that. The infected email is still being detected by Symantec when it is saved in c:\temp directory temporarily. Ofcourse I can exclude C:\temp as well, but I was hoping someone had found a more elegant solution.
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