Disable EMON for Bulk emails?

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by ejr, Nov 28, 2005.

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  1. ejr

    ejr Registered Member

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    I often send emails out in batches (but I'm not a spammer).

    NOD seems to slow down the outgoing email process. Is it possible to simply disable EMON while sending out a batch of emails, then enable EMON afterwards?

    If so, will this mess up EMONS settings at all?
     
  2. Happy Bytes

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    God bless you :D

    You can disable EMON. Shouldn't be a problem :)
     
  3. Farbod

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    You can also disable 'scan outgoing emails', but as Happy Bytes said, it is better if you disable EMON completely. :D
     
  4. YeOldeStonecat

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    You using Outlook with Exchange? Or POP3?
     
  5. ejr

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    Pop3 and Outlook Express
     
  6. Farbod

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    You send batch emails with pop3 and OE?!!!

    Really God bless you :D
     
  7. YeOldeStonecat

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    Hmmm...EMON......
     
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    Will not work for Outlook Express (AFAIK) :)

    The IMON settings will be the ones checking POP mail :)
     
  9. alglove

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    But POP3 mail is incoming mail. Outgoing mail uses SMTP, which is not scanned by IMON.
     
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