ESET Mail Security installation steps

Follow the steps below to install ESET Mail Security using the Setup Wizard:


Click Next, the End-User License Agreement will be displayed.


After you acknowledge your acceptance of the End-User License Agreement and click Next, choose one of available installation types.

Installation types that are available depend on your operating system:

hmtoggle_plus1Windows Server 2003, 2003 R2, 2012, 2012 R2 and 2016:
hmtoggle_plus1Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2:

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During installation, the following files are copied into the IBM Domino folder:

LMON.dll - Communication with the ESET Security product.

LmonLang.dll - Localization for different languages.

LMON_SCANNER.exe - On Demand database scan.

EsetQuarantine.ntf - Template for the ESET Quarantine.

Also, following changes are made in the server configuration:

LMON is added to the EXTMGR_ADDINS.

LMON_SCANNER is added to the Server Tasks configuration.

Component modification (Add/Remove) process, Repair and Remove:

You can add or remove components included in your installation. To do so, either run the .msi installer package you used during initial installation, or go to Programs and Features (accessible from the Windows Control Panel), right-click ESET Mail Security and select Change. Follow the steps below to add or remove components.

There are 3 options available. You can Modify installed components, Repair your installation of ESET Mail Security or Remove (uninstall) it completely.


If you choose Modify, a list of available program components is displayed.

Choose the components you want to add or remove. You can add/remove multiple components at the same time. Click the component and select an option from the drop-down menu:


When you have selected an option, click Modify to perform the modifications.

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You can modify installed components at any time by running the installer. For most components, a server restart is not necessary to carry out the change. The GUI will restart and you will only see the components you chose to install. For components that require a server restart, the Windows Installer will prompt you to restart and new components will become available once the server is back online.