ESS Beta 2: Windows Mail... more

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security v3 Beta Forum' started by mhonzell, Aug 31, 2007.

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  1. mhonzell

    mhonzell Registered Member

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    Platform: Vista Ultimate x64
    Component: Anti-spam
    ESS Beta 2

    Open Windows Mail
    Sometimes icons have text, sometimes not.
    No Words.jpg WithWords.jpg
     
  2. ASpace

    ASpace Guest

    Does disabling integration with Windows Mail makes a difference ?
     
  3. mhonzell

    mhonzell Registered Member

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    Disabling integration removes the toolbar. :)
    Re-enabling integration returns the toolbar.

    But, then it confuses the color scheme and eventually, the text decides to "randomly" not to show up after a few open and closes. (Merely open and close Windows Mail.)
    Open 1: (Notice items disabled. Selecting Mail items does not enable.)
    Confused.jpg

    Open 2: (Notice items now enabled. Doesn't acquire font attributes of window.)
    1.jpg

    Open 3: (Notice items disabled. Selecting Mail items does not enable.)
    2.jpg

    Open 4:
    4.jpg

    Open 21: (I received an e-mail on this opening and the icons were presented with no text.)
    5.jpg

    Maybe the toolbar loading while an e-mail is being received interrupts the loading of the icon's text. :)
     
  4. mhonzell

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    Additionally, (I'm sure this is already noted somewhere) when Anti-spam Setup is selected from the menu it appears behind all other windows instead of with focus on top.
     
  5. mhonzell

    mhonzell Registered Member

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    Okay, now I'm looking for stuff:

    1. When the Icon is used to Re-classify mail as SPAM it is visibly moved to a folder under Delete Folder called ESETAntiSpamTemp. From there, it then moves to the folder designated in the Anti-Spam configuration.

    It should only have to make one move.​

    2. I have the Anti-Spam configuration setup to Re-classify the mail as Unread. After the move, the mail item is still in the Read state.

    I do this so I know that future spam has not been checked for accurate classification when I reveiw the folder's headers. ​
     
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