EMON & Outlook 2003 not deleting

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by BG, Jan 25, 2006.

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  1. BG

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    Maybe I'm misunderstanding here. In the EMON module I have delete checked under Actions for all options, Files, Runtime Packers, Archives, Self-extracting archives. But when I check my email in Outlook 2003 I still get the red NOD warning box pop up asking what it should do about a email with a virus inside. I thought by checking delete I wouldn't be bothered. I would like NOD just to delete these emails in the background permantly.
     
  2. Marcos

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    Weren't these emails received prior to installing NOD32?
     
  3. BG

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    No sir ... NOD has been installed for a couple years and Outlook I just installed last week.
     
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    One more question - aren't these UUE archives with HQX extension containing the VB.BI worm? Support for this type of archives originating from Mac was added a couple of days ago so it could be the case.
     
  5. BG

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    I think you are missing my point. I would like NOD to delete these emails with viruses in the background without poping up a box asking me what I want NOD to do. I had already checked to delete in EMON and the box still poped up asking me what to do. :) Is this just concerning attachments?
     

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  6. zashita

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    In the title of the box, it is EMON or IMON which catch the threat ?
     
  7. Marcos

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    I was just trying to explain how these HQX attachments could get into your mailbox, bypassing EMON.
     
  8. BG

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    OK ... I think I see so I need to setup either imon or amon to delete this when it arrives?

    Zashita: I will have to pay closer attention next time because I didn't see just assumed it was EMON doing it's thing.
     
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    IMON will catch first the theats incoming by POP3 mail account, before they reach your mailbox. EMON will be able to scan only when the mail comes in your box.
    I think that IMON detects the threats. But without a screen capture, I can't be sure ;)
     
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