EMON for Outlook is disabled but it still check Outlook's email

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by TexasGuy2332, Jul 25, 2007.

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  1. TexasGuy2332

    TexasGuy2332 Registered Member

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    Hi, I am using NOD32 v 2.7 and I have MS Outlook Email Monitor disabled (unchecked).

    I am using Outlook 2003 and whenever I receive email, the bottom of the email still shows "This message was checked by NOD32 antivirus system."

    So, is it real check or just a text added into email?

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  2. Marcos

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    You'll also need to disable POP3 checking in the IMON setup if you do not want NOD32 to scan incoming email at all.
     
  3. TexasGuy2332

    TexasGuy2332 Registered Member

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    Thanks Marcos.

    In fact, I have both NOD32 and Zone Alarm Pro 6.5 running on my PC. I like the firewall feature on Zone Alarm so I like to keep this software.

    As of right now, my system is running well with the following conditions:
    1. EMON MS Outlook email monitoring disabled
    2. Zone Alarm's Email monitoring enabled for both incoming and outgoing
    3. All features on NOD32 are enabled except EMON MS-outlook disabled.

    My primary email is my yahoo' account that I can download to my outlook. Every email that goes through Yahoo's server is scanned by Norton Antivirus that is running on Yahoo's email server.

    Having said that, I pretty much confident that my email is always scanned by Norton Antivirus from my Yahoo's account. Besides, I like NOD32 software because it consumes little memory.

    If I enable the EMON MS outlook email monitoring, my Outlook can hang-up indefinitely and it happens many times.


    Does anybody have same experience?

    Thanks
     
  4. YeOldeStonecat

    YeOldeStonecat Registered Member

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    Make sure Outlook has the latest updates from Microsoft.
    office.microsoft.com

    Depending on which version of Outlook running...it may need a service pack or more...

    Or hit up microsoftupdate if you've upgraded windowsupdate to microsoft update.
     
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