Email Tagging

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security' started by Node3, Dec 7, 2007.

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  1. Node3

    Node3 Registered Member

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    I have...

    1. Enabled email protection.
    2. Set 'Append tag messages to sent mail:' to 'To all scanned email'.
    3. Selected Thunderbird.exe as email client.

    However, sent email is not being tagged.

    Any ideas guys?
     
  2. PatG

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    Do you have these checked? Also using TB and all my email is tagged, maybe?
     

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  3. Big Apple

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    Are you sure your outgoing TB mail is tagged? Mine isn't either. I have tested it every week, till maybe it's fixed, but still nothing.
    I'm talking about EAV (not ESS) and Vista.
    When sending an email to yourself and having all tagging enabled (received and read email), I also thought the sent mail was tagged, but it was the receiving tag that showed......I just tried again, but just enabling tagging to sent email, is not working here with TB.
     
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  4. PatG

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    Sorry, I'm talking ESS and XP Pro. Hope you find solution.
     
  5. bhagabhi

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    Are you using gmail? There are known problems with gmails SSL and nod32 - I solved it by forwarding all my gmail to another (non-SSL) email-adress and recieve that in my email-client instead.

    see here (FAQ item of nod32v2 forum)
     
  6. PatG

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    He already stated the email client was TB (Thunderbird).
     
  7. bhagabhi

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    I meant as email-provider, not as email-client (program) - if using pop to get the gmail to his client (whatever client he uses) - he will run into it.
     
  8. Node3

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    PatG, Received is set to 'Infected only', Sent is set to 'All'.
     
  9. ermngldzgn

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    i use TB and XP. i have yahoo and hotmail accounts,and i have same problem although all options are true.it was all working when i was using nod32 2.7. i couldn't find any solution for smart security.
     
  10. djmorgan

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    This has been reported elsewhere use search.

    EAV does what you ask it, and I just confirmed it still works although not functional

    If you have append set to all received and read mail and append to sent mail then you get 2 tags one from each function being sent and read

    When the email comes back in you'll get another tag from the received making a total of 3 tags to your email that you sent to your self.

    As this is over kill I set mine to stick a tag on received infected emails only and a tag on all emails sent this way only one tag per email

    But, yes it does work :thumb:
     
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