Disabeling modules should not give permanent warnings

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security v4 Beta Forum' started by userNamed, Jan 3, 2009.

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  1. userNamed

    userNamed Registered Member

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    Hi forum

    The ESET icon in the taskbar stays warning-orange when I have disable the spam and the email module. I do not use an email application compatible with these modules, so I see no reason to have them turned on. It frees up just a little bit of system resources.

    Non the less, ESET keeps warning me that I am not fully protected.

    I think there should be some kind of switch to make ESET realize that as a user, I have made a decision not to use these modules and that I will not be bothered with them in the future.

    Looking forward to the final release of ESET SS4! :argh:
     
  2. Marcos

    Marcos Eset Staff Account

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    This can be achieved by disabling integration with those email clients, however, since you don't use any of the supported clients the antispam/email plugins won't load at all.
     
  3. Teazle

    Teazle Registered Member

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    Then I suppose that should be noted within the application, so that the user does not think he/she needs to turn them off to save some (very minor) system memory
     
  4. jg88swe

    jg88swe Registered Member

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    I always thought I saved memory but disabling EMON and DMON in the old version.. Oh well. :)
     
  5. userNamed

    userNamed Registered Member

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    I guess that is how every other program behaves. No wonder we were both mislead. :)
     
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