||A type of scanning in which an item is scanned as soon as it is read from, or saved to, the information store.
||A document, spreadsheet, graphic, program or any other kind of file attached to an email message. In the context of virus scanning, 'attachment' can mean any part of the message, including the body text.
||A type of scanning in which new or modified items in the information store are scanned automatically, but with low priority.
||Hypertext Markup Language. The format used for most documents on the web. Can be included in email and can contain viruses.
||Mailboxes and databases (public or private) on a Microsoft Exchange server.
||Storage areas on a Microsoft Exchange server that are accessible to multiple users.
||Storage areas on a Microsoft Exchange server that are accessible to only one user. Usually mailboxes.
||Place an infected or suspect item in a special folder in order to isolate it.
||A scan that is scheduled by the user to take place automatically at a particular time.
||Transport Neutral Encapsulation Format.