2 Basic Questions from a NOD32 Newbie

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  1. pvsurfer

    pvsurfer Registered Member

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    This past Dec., I downloaded NOD32 and I have a couple of basic questions:

    My outgoing Outlook 2003 email is annotated (at the bottom of each message) as follows:

    ____NOD32 1.940 (20041205) Information

    This message was checked by NOD32 antivirus system.
    http://www.nod32.com


    How can I stop this from happening?

    Next, how can I tell how many days I have left on my trial?

    Thanks!
     
  2. TheQuest

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    Hi, pvsurfer

    Click on NOD32 in the sys tray>IMON>Setup>Append tag to messages to email, then make your choice.

    That I am not sure about as I do not know for how long the trial was for.

    Take Care,
    TheQuest :cool:
     
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    Doubleclick your NOD32 tray icon then: 1) Click on IMON, 2) Click on Setup, and 3) Make your selection "Append tag messages to email".
     

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    puff-m-d Registered Member

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    Doubleclick the NOD32 tray icon and then: 1) Click on Nod32 System Tools, 2) Click on Information, and 3) You should see your trial period left in the right pane. I do not have the trial version so it does not show in my screenshot....

    HTH....
     

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    pvsurfer Registered Member

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    Thank you both very much. Your instructions were very clear (esp. Kent's diagrams!) and were easy to follow.

    I find that NOD32 does as good a job as my former AV, Kaspersky, although that's contrary to the test reports I've read rating the effectiveness of various AV products. In any case, one thing is for sure - NOD32 is less of a resource hog!

    PS. Kent, how do you do those wonderful diagrams?
     
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    puff-m-d Registered Member

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    Hi pvsurfer,

    You are most welcome, I am just glad we could help....
    I use a program called SnagIt.
     
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    Hi Kent~ I have SnagIt, but how did you do those red arrows for Steps 1, 2, 3, etc. ?

    Thanks... ;)
     
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    Hi pvsurfer,

    I do not want to take this thread any more off-topic that we already have. Please feel free to take these questions about SnagIt to the software and services forum or ten forward, and myself or someone else will be glad to answer them for you ;) ....
     
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