Can't remove <checked by NOD32> notices

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by gizmo!, Jul 29, 2005.

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  1. gizmo!

    gizmo! Registered Member

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    Can any one tell me how to remove those pesky <This message was checked by NOD32 antivirus system.> noices appended to my Outlook 2002 incoming email.

    I've done the obvious thing of going into the EMON setup and changed the notifications option to "Never" but this does not stop NOD32 appending the messages. Rebooting after did not help.

    I have a feeling I caused this problem by opting for the notification option during the initial NOD32 installation. Hope there is someone who knows a fix.

    Thanks. G.
     
  2. ronjor

    ronjor Global Moderator

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    Did you mean Imon? I don't use Emon so, not familiar with it. In Imon, setup, pop3, would be where you want to look.
     
  3. gizmo!

    gizmo! Registered Member

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    No, I do mean Emon. Imon is for instant messaging. Thankss though.

    - G
     
  4. akshay_k72

    akshay_k72 Registered Member

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    You can also configure Imon to scan POP3 email accounts.

    Cheers

    Akshay.
     
  5. gizmo!

    gizmo! Registered Member

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    Yes, you are quite right and yes, there is another setting within IMON for appending tags to email messages. I just changed that to "no notices" and the problem is now solved.

    How strange. If EMON and IMON work so independently it makes me wonder whether by setting both to write tags you could end up with two sets of <This message was checked by NOD32> tags at the end of each email.

    Thanks for that, most appreciated. G.
     
  6. webyourbusiness

    webyourbusiness Registered Member

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    I've seen double tagging - my guess is that's because of emon/imon both having a go at scanning...
     
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