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    georges
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    Hello,

    I get every 2 minutes a message of Quarantined php_mail.log.

    I bought a Pro License some weeks ago, and not sure what I need to do – should I whitelist that file?

    Thanks for some guidance

    #31145

    AITpro Admin
    Keymaster

    The php_mail.log file is a file that is dynamically/automatically updated.  So you just need to create an AutoRestore single file exclude rule to tell ARQ not to check the php_mail.log file.  Click this link for the steps to create an AutoRestore single file exclude rule:  http://forum.ait-pro.com/forums/topic/autorestore-quarantine-guide-read-me-first/#autorestore-exclude-rules

    #31146

    georges
    Participant

    Many thanks for your reply,

    A general question that I have. When the same file is quarantined over and over again – and I need to click RESTORE, do I have to take the latest Quarantive version, or does in not matter?

    thanks for help

    G

    #31149

    AITpro Admin
    Keymaster

    The way the Quarantine form and code is designed is that you see will several DB form entries displayed to you in Quarantine when a file is autorestored/quarantined.  These are just DB entries pretty much like standard log entries with a timestamp.  So when you restore any 1 instance of a file/Quarantine DB “log entry” that has been quarantined repeatedly, you will be restoring the most current version of that 1 file that is physically in the quarantine folder and all Quarantine DB “log entries” will be deleted at the same time.

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