MS Outlook 2010 error

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  1. drago654

    drago654 Registered Member

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    Installed today ESET Smart Security 4.2.58.3 (64) on Windows 7 (64).
    On first start of MS Outlook 2010 (64), ESET generated error message:
    "Error starting antispam engine[12]"
    It does not look integrated in MS outlook 2010.
    o_O
     
  2. xxJackxx

    xxJackxx Registered Member

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    It works fine with 32 bit Outlook 2010. I don't believe that I have seen a vendor yet that says they will support 64 bit Outlook this year. Actually I am grateful for the 32 bit support, not much of anyone else supporting that yet.
     
  3. HealingStargate

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    I am using XP32sp3 and several times I have gotten the error message as to the 'antispam module' not loading properly. That message only happened a few times and it is integrated here as 'spam messages' do go into the proper folder even if that error message did come up.

    KOR-
     
  4. xxJackxx

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    Do you have Outlook 2010 as well? I'm not having any problems on Windows 7 x64. I did a clean install. Did you or was it an upgrade over an older version of ESS?
     
  5. HealingStargate

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    Yes, I have Outlook 2010. I did an upgrade 'over' the last version of ESS and it all went in perfectly. I have had no problems with this latest version 4.2.58.3.

    The only glitch I have found is that when I click a link from an email, Outlook gives me a message that it can not find the URL, however it does still connect to the link even with that 'can not find' message.

    That is a bit annoying but I can live with it. It probably is an Outlook setting that I can figure out in time.

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    Not true, I'm running Outlook x64 and NOD32 integrated successfully.

     
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    NOD32 or ESS? I would be greatly surprised if the Anti Spam worked in 64 bit Outlook, but it would give them a great competitive advantage if it did. If you were just talking about the AntiVirus portion then I would be less surprised it worked.
     
  8. sir_carew

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    Sorry, I mean Eset Smart Security ;) And yes, Antispam works :thumb:



     
  9. xxJackxx

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    The AntiSpam works with 64 bit Outlook? That's great! :thumb:
     
  10. cool1007

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    After installing Outlook 2010 and upgrading ESET Smart Security to the latest version 4.2.58.3 with add-in support, I started having this pop3 error (0x80042108 ) and now I cant receive email.

    Any ideas if it's caused by ESET or an actual outlook 2010 problem? I'm not actually sure since I never tested downloading email before upgrading ESET.

    Hope you can help.
     
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  11. IcePanther

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    cool1007, it may be a firewall authorization error. Did you allow the connection ? It seems when this error code appears, it's a connection problem.

    Also, I wanted to state the anti-spam seems to work here on Outlook 2010 x64 (Win 7 x64). And yes, not many security suites have such compatibility.
     
  12. siersema

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    Have you right mouse clicked on Deleted Items and then select Empty Folder. Try same for Junk E-mail folder. It crashes Outlook 2010.
     
  13. HealingStargate

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    As my system XP32, I have no problem right clicking on deleted items. NO crash for me.
    KOR-

     
  14. cool1007

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    Actually, and sorry for the late reply, but I have been sick for a couple of weeks away from my computer, it turned out the problem was on the domain name for the e-mail accounts was expiring the same day I updated Outlook and ESET, imagine the odds. :p
     
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