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We have a juniper ssg140 and the antivirus is enabled on it.   my question is how do i see the AV logs?  i go to reports, events and under AV nothing is listed.  I see in the general reports that the virus definitions are being updated but that's about it.   In the policy that has the antivirus profile attached to it under logging i can see the http, pop3 traffic etc but nothing regarding the AV.  I guess i would like some indication that the antivirus is doing it's job.  

any help would be much appreciated.  thx
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When a devices performs any action due to Anti Virus detection it generates an event log in firewall which can be viewed on the firewall CLI using the command " get event".

To get email alert for smtp logs look at article below:
http://kb.juniper.net/InfoCenter/index?page=content&id=KB16045

Thank you.
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