Hi everyone. Sorry if this is a stupid or trivial question, but I'm a little concerned about something that recently occured, and I'd like some opinions. I check my email from two locations: At home on a Desktop running WinXP, protected by the latest update of NOD32 v2 - And on a Laptop at work running OSX 10.5.5 protected by Symantec (Don't ask. It's work-required and I hate it). Anyhow, tonight something weird happened. My home computer is ever-vigilent, and hasn't found any virus to speak of as it regularly scans once a week and has all the typical monitoring processes in place. My laptop also scans once a week - But this time the laptop found a 'downloader' virus that upon closer inspection was contained in the Opera mail files. Because I use IMAP for my mail, this means that the virus was in both locations (the infected file was dated several days ago). I deleted the file from the IMAP server, but I'm concerned that Symantec might've caught something that NOD32 let slip through. That's not something I'd ever expect! Therefore, I'm concerned that I may not have NOD32 set up to monitor my mail correctly. Can anyone provide any insight into this at all? I'd hate to get caught by a virus just because I've not ticked a radio box somewhere. Thanks in advance!