Scanning Microsoft Outlook PST files
Below is the scanning report of an Outlook PST-file.
Question: How do I now identify the offending e-mail or its attachment?
I was scanning the forum and found this entry:
I am afraid this is not a feasible solution for me - the PST files is > 1 GB. In addition, it contains critical information that I wouldn't want to miss. As the posted suggestion dates from 2013 I was wondering if there wasn't an update on it. Surely the program that identifies the threat within the PST file must 'know' what it currently scans and where within the PST file it is - however the logfile doesn't include that information. I am happy to remove the offending item manually but I need a starting point.
Alternatively - is there a F-Secure Safe Outlook plugin that I could run from within Outlook to scan the PST-file?
- 09 November 2017 13:20:24 - 13:27:33
- Scan type: Scan for viruses
- Target: "\\NAS1730B4\Archive\Backup ARB 20161112\Documents\Outlook Files\Archive\2010 - HY1.pst"
- Items scanned: 1
- Harmful items found: 1
- \\NAS1730B4\Archive\Backup ARB 20161112\Documents\Outlook Files\Archive\2010 - HY1.pst: Skipped