One part I don't like is that you have to remove the product from each
server partition prior to deleting and reinstalling the product again.
Going through the configurations again is a PITA.



Rob Berendt
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So far, it seems to be pretty good.  I put it in last week.  I like some
of the new features that it has, I think it offers more flexibility.
One thing that I found on the install - make sure you put a "/" at the
beginning of the temporary directory.  It DIDN'T do this be default on my
install.

Good luck





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We are thinking of running 2.5.1 of Trend Micro's Scan mail on our Domino
5.0.8.01 servers on our V5R1M0 iSeries.  This will be an upgrade from
V1R9MC.

Anyone running this version have any opinions?

Rob Berendt
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