[quote user="jessicarabbit"]The ClamAV world seems in flux. ClamAV now seems to be Immunet.[/quote]
ClamAV is still ClamAV and they produce a Windows version of the product available here. Immunet was a separate company who developed a 'cloud-based' Windows anti-virus product with ClamAV. The Immunet version is not suitable for use with Mercury.
[quote]In an effort to get ClamWall running, I ended up downloading ClamWin and pointed ClamWall to the bin directory. The Question then became "Is it working". I have not figured out how to tell.[/quote]
ClamWin from www.clamwin.com is a different product that does not contain the clamD module that Mercury needs.
You can go to http://sourceforge.net/projects/clamav/files/clamav/win32/ and download the latest ClamAV version - *i386* for 32-bit or *x86_64* for 64-bit install.
[quote]One of the things I love about Mercury is what I call "Visibility". It is reasonably easy to tell what it is doing or not doing. Please extend this concept for what ever resource we are using to do anti-virus checking and display some form of verification, status, log entry, etc. that the virus checker is alive and processing the mail. This goes for the other add-ons as well.[/quote]
One thing you can do is examine the ClamWall log file regularly and look for error lines. There may be tools out there to automate that task as well.