IMON not scanning incoming email with K9

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by stejonda, Apr 28, 2004.

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  1. stejonda

    stejonda Registered Member

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    About a week ago I registered NOD32. I've now noticed that it no longer
    seems to be scanning and deleting incoming attachments even though I've
    set it to do so. Has anyone else had this problem and what solution
    might there be? I've played with all the settings and even told IMON to "append notification to all email" but it just doesn't seem to want to get
    involved. I'm also running K9 (bayesian spam-proxy - www.keir.net/k9.html )but this shouldn't be an issue as before I registered NOD the combination was working fine.

    Ideas please.
     
  2. anotherjack

    anotherjack Registered Member

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    If you were using the trial version of NOD32 prior to registering it, you may want to try downloading the full version from Eset, uninstalling your current installation of NOD, cleaning out references to it in the registry, then installing the newer full version. Also, did you check to see that ALL of your original settings remained intact?

    HTH.

    Jack
     
  3. DiGi

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    Add port 9999 to IMON pop scanned ports.

    I wrote mail to K9 author but i don't get any reply from him (anythime, I also reported few bugs, without reply).¨

    POP server:110 -> [ here can't IMON detected traffic as POP3, I don't know why, ask K9 author] -> K9:9999 -> [ and here is POP3 ok ] -> your email client.

    It works fine with little "trouble" - viruses are stored in K9 db. But you are protected and anti-spammed...
     
  4. stejonda

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    Ahhh, excellent idea - have done so and will report back.

    I guess that the proxy order was previously ISP -> NOD -> K9 -> TP but now for some reason is ISP -> K9 -> NOD -> TP

    On his web page he does say he's very busy and will rarely reply.
     
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