NOD32 trial ver. Forced scan Cmd line, &...(?)

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 1 Forum' started by SG1, Jun 1, 2003.

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  1. SG1
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    SG1 Registered Member

    (A) Can I use a command line parameter to force a NOD32 scan of e-mail in a non "standard," non-MS mailer, as the mailer (Poco) seems to have an option for such things?

    (B) I don't know if those like myself using trial ver. of NOD32 can upgrade to ver 2, and if not, fine, I can understand that; but when I do updates from CC with update set to Min. and to check every 6 hrs., which I think their FAQ states, why do I get files that are about 1100K something in size? Am I somehow updating the entire program, everytime, by error?

    Thanks, for any help/info. SG1 (Pat)
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    Hi Pat,

    >(A) Can I use a command line parameter to force a NOD32 scan of e-mail in a non "standard," non-MS mailer, as the mailer (Poco) seems to have an option for such things?

    Well to the truth - since we are a bit "betabusy" we haven't try it, but go ahead and try it, if you want.

    > (B) I don't know if those like myself using trial ver. of NOD32 can upgrade to ver 2, and if not, fine, I can understand that;

    The trial for v2 will be available too :)

    > but when I do updates from CC with update set to Min. and to check every 6 hrs., which I think their FAQ states, why do I get files that are about 1100K something in size? Am I somehow updating the entire program, everytime, by error?

    This is a normal behaviour.

    Best wishes, :cool:

    jan
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