Article ID: 970, created on Oct 27, 2013, last review on May 4, 2014

  • Applies to:
  • Plesk 10.x for Windows
  • Plesk 9.x for Windows
  • Plesk 8.x for Windows
  • Plesk 7.x for Windows


It is possible to disable notifications from DrWeb. In order to do so, several corrections should be made in the Plesk database:

1.Connect to the database:

"%plesk_dir%\mysql\bin\mysql" -uadmin -padmin_password -P8306 psa

2. Make sure that the record regarding antivirus notifications exists in the psa.misc table. It can be verified using the following SQL query:

select val from misc where param = 'AntivirusNotifyAdmin';

The query should return one of the values below:

0 - notifications are disabled;
1 - notifications are enabled;

Notification can be enabled or disabled by switching the parameter using one of the queries below:

To disable notifications

update misc set val='0' where param = 'AntivirusNotifyAdmin';

To enable notifications

update misc set val='1' where param = 'AntivirusNotifyAdmin';

A non-existent record can be inserted using the query:

insert into misc values ('AntivirusNotifyAdmin','0');

Notifications to sender and/or recipient of infected email can also be enabled by adding the values as below:

'AntivirusNotifyAdmin' - parameter controls notifications to Plesk administrator.

'AntivirusNotifySender' - email sender will be notified about an infected email.

'AntivirusNotifyRecipients' - email recipient will be notified about an infected email.

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