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Eset Nod32 - Automatically deleted infected e-mails

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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