Eset Nod32 - Automatically deleted infected e-mails

January 2017

By default infected emails are move to the "Infected items" folder with Eset Nod32. But you can configured your antivirus to automatically delete the infected mail, here's how:

Right-click on its icon in the system-tray , select "Advanced Set-up tree".
  • Expand the following : Anti-virus and Spyware > Email-Client Protection > Email Clients > Action

  • In the right pane check the "Delete mail" option and validate your choice with the OK button.

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Published by jad05. Latest update on October 14, 2014 at 09:00 AM by Jeff.
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