On the page that appears, edit the Antivirus Preferences if necessary:
- Virus processing. By default, it is set to Remove all incoming mail that bears a virus.
- Mark as virus: this will tag the email as virus, i.e. add the word virus to the subject line of the email and then forward the email on to the client as an attachment with details.
- Remove: this will delete the email so when the client performs a send/recieve, they will never see the email.
- Move to: this allows you to specify a mailbox infected email goes to. The client will never see this email unless they access the specified mailbox.
- MIME type. This will tag an email as virus according to the attachment's MIME Type. By default, it is disabled.
- Disabled: this will make MIME Type mode unavailable.
- Allowed MIME Types: this lets you check the MIME Types to be allowed, so the client will receive the emails only of these MIME Types. The other emails will be rejected.
- Denied MIME Types: this lets you mark the MIME Types to be denied, so the emails with attachments of these MIME Types will be rejected and returned to a sender.
The MIME Types are grouped into sections, so you can use the Check all options to mark all the section and click Submit.