In System Center 2012 Configuration Manager, it is easy to configure a E-Mail Alert, when malware is recognized on a system which is protected by System Center Endpoint Protection.
Your first step, is to configure a proper connection to send the E-Mail. Navigate to your Central Administration or Primary Site, and open Configure Site Components to chose Email Notification:
Configure your settings and send a Test-Mail:
If you received the Test-Mail, go further, and configure alerting on Collections, open properties for the collection where you want to get a mail, when malware is found:
After this step, you can configure the conditions, but in this case, i just used standard values. By clicking on OK, the alerting is possible, but not activated yet. To do this, click on Monitoring, and open the tree “Alerts”, chose “Create Subscripton, to active your Email Alert:
The Wizard appears, and have to select your Malware Alert previous generated. As you might see, you can configure the subscription for more than only one address:
So, but now, I would like to test, if it’s really works. No worries, just before you download a real virus, just take the eicar, a Test Malware from the Microsoft recommended website (http://www.microsoft.com/security/portal/Threat/Encyclopedia/Glossary.aspx#e):