When doing an on-demand scan, I am getting some unexpected errors when scanning emails. Some emails that are saved to disk as .eml files cause entries in the scan log such as: D:\xxx\yyy.eml »MIME »part000.txt - error occurred while reading archive and some emails that are in my Outlook Express .dbx files cause the same problem: K:\OE Mail\xxx.dbx »DBX »from: "name" <firstname.lastname@example.org> to: "MC" <email@example.com> with subject The Subject dated Sat, 12 Apr 2003 20:40:26 +0800 »MIME »part000.txt - error occurred while reading archive Only a small percentage, say about 100 emails, have this problem. An those emails appear to have nothing untoward about them: they open fine, they read fine, they look fine, they discuss praiseworthy subjects. Also, it always fails on the same emails - so not an access issue. Why would NOd32 fail to open them? Any clues or insights?