Calypso & Pegasus

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by SteelyDon, Dec 2, 2004.

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  1. SteelyDon

    SteelyDon Registered Member

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    I have just started using NOD32, and my trial version is 1.938, so I'm not sure if I'm even on the right forum.

    My question is this: does anyone here know if NOD integrates itself with these 2 email clients? With Outlook and Thunderbird, it does, and each mail in/out says so.

    Thanks for any assistance.
     
  2. Blackspear

    Blackspear Global Moderator

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    I would say so with Calypso: http://www.spampal.org/usermanual/clients/calypso/calypso.html#pop3

    Easiest way is to send youself a test email to see if Nod32 tags the incoming message.

    Hope this helps...

    Cheers :D
     
  3. ronjor

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    I use Calypso and NOD works perfectly. Nice to see another Calypso user out there!
     
  4. SteelyDon

    SteelyDon Registered Member

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    "another Calypso user.."

    Well, I'm NOT, but I am sure looking. I have used Eudora, but I don't trust that adserver thing anymore. (By the way, I'm in the middle of mass confusion, with my main system (W9:cool: infected by aliens, and my new system (W2000) having an OS apparently DESIGNED by aliens; must be just a bad load of W2000, my ISP says...) I just loaded Thunderbird, but W2000 is doing weird things with it, and/or I don't get along with its configurations and interface. I did some homework, and Calypso and Pegasus BOTH look good.

    I'll take the above recommendation of Calypso into account.

    Thanks a lot for both posts.
     
  5. jayt

    jayt Registered Member

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    ......not a Calypso user but looking....

    You can find a free copy of Calypso here:



    http://rosecitysoftware.com/calypso/

    I used to use it and liked it very much but couldn't configure it to work with Verizon DSL.
     
  6. SteelyDon

    SteelyDon Registered Member

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    You mean it worked with OTHER ISP(S)?

    I'm not techy, but isn't that quite odd, that a certain email client wouldn't work with a certain carrier??
     
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    nonmirecordo Registered Member

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    Am I not right in suggesting that NOD doesn't (literally) integrate with any MUA?
     
  8. mladen

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    I have been using Calypso from its version 2 and I have never had any problem with it (i.e. I like its ability to have separate mailboxes for different accounts and they can be password protected - useful if more than one person is using Calypso).
    Of course, it works perfectly with NOD32.
    So, just go for it :cool:
     
  9. tosbsas

    tosbsas Registered Member

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    Tried calypso too - but keep using Becky Internet Mail - costs about 40 US$ but is still developed and must be one of the best clients there is.

    Ruben

    www.rimarts.co.jp
     
  10. anotherjack

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    NOD32 works fine with Calypso, as well as its bigger brother, Courier Email. Haven't tried it with Pegasus.
     
  11. Detox

    Detox Retired Moderator

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    I use NOd32 and Pegasus and it works perfectly except I sometimes must download an email over 2.5 MB more than once to avoid "timeout..." Other than that - no probs here between Nod32 and Pegasus. Also it should be noted I don't know if that is a NOD32 issue or perhaps a Roadrunner, etc issue.
     
  12. SteelyDon

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    Thanks for all this.
     
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