Thunderbird 11 is out; ESET extension error on load

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security' started by Meethree, Mar 23, 2012.

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  1. Meethree
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    My Thunderbird upgraded itself today when I opened it, and I got an error saying that the "ESET Smart Security Extension 5.0.94.0" was not compatible. It let me check for an update and returned no results.

    I'm not sure what this means as far as protection goes, but FYI, something has changed.
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  3. gvanosch
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    HI,

    Is it possible for eset to support an older version of eset in thunderbird so eset have time to made an update for newer versions of eset plugin in thunderbird with a fresh update of thunderbird.

    Geert.
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  5. Wallaby
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    Wallaby Registered Member

    So protection is not guaranteed with version 4.2? o_O
  6. Marcos
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    Marcos Eset Staff Account

    Email received via POP3 will be scanned for threats even by v4.2 regardless of the email client used.
  7. Darkling
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    Darkling Registered Member

    Why is Eset not making a plugin compatible whit the version 10 ESR?
  8. pegr
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    pegr Registered Member

    Maybe but other developers of Mozilla add-ons seem to be coping well enough. Also, it's not just a question of email still being scanned because with Smart Security the extension is also responsible for providing spam filtering.
  9. gvanosch
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    Hi Ronjor,

    I want to send you a private message but the system says:
    private messaging system is currently unavailable.
    Can you tell me please when the private messaging system is ready for sending private messages?

    Dear regards,Geert
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  11. ronjor
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    http://kb.eset.com/esetkb/index?page=content&id=SOLN2138

    Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo mail, have very good spam filters on their own.
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