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What is the path for deleted attachments? Or how do I get to them?

Posted on 2008-10-16
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When Officescan blocks an email attachment, I believe it stores it somewhere temporarily. Where are the blocked/deleted attachments?
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They should be in the Quarantine folder
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normally something like: program files\trendmicro\smex\storage\quarantined
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Thanks, that is it. Sadly for me, I must have it set to never save them. I'm going to look for settings to save them for a couple of days at least.
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Weird. I can open a new question for this to give you more points.

I'm under Quarantine Maintenance, and the automatic stuff is set to delete quarantined files after 30 days. But I have nothing in that folder. Any ideas?
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Duh, nevermind I found it. Under attachment blocking i need to set it to send to quarantine.
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