NOD32 / Eudora / Yahoo email problem

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  1. ctguy

    ctguy Registered Member

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    Hi Folks. Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.

    I have a problem with NOD32 (2.70.32) and Eudora (6.2.3.4) interaction. I use XP, SP2.

    I use Eudora to check multiple POP email accounts. One is a Yahoo account, and the other two are from my ISP (Cox). The first time the mail servers are checked, everything is fine. Beginning with the second attempt to retrieve email, I get an error on the Yahoo account. Eudora's error is not specific, saying only "Logging into POP Server" and "Shutting down POP connection".

    From this point on, I cannot access my Yahoo email. Nothing but a reboot will solve the problem. At that time, Eudora will successfully retrieve my Yahoo mail, but only once before the problem returns.

    My ISP-based email continues to be retrieved normally, indefinitely.

    I don't think the problem is with Eudora. I also use Eudora on my laptop, and I use Microsoft's SyncToy to sync all data and settings. The difference is that my laptop has Norton Anti-Virus 2003, and it gets my Yahoo email completely normally.

    Can you point out any NOD32 settings that could cause this behavior? This has been going on a long time, and I cannot think of any change that triggered the problem.

    Thanks for the help, I really appreciate it. I want to convert my laptop to NOD32 (my Norton subscription is running out), but I don't want to do so until this problem is solved. It's a pain to have to reboot every time you want to check your mail.
     
  2. ctguy

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    Does anyone know why NOD32 would only allow one access of a Yahoo email account before a reboot? Possible clues:

    - The email from my ISP is checked without incident.

    - A computer with identical email settings, but Norton Anti-Virus instead of NOD32, does not have this problem.

    Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.
     
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    Has anyone seen this problem before?

    If not, do you have any suggestions?

    Thank you in advance for your help!
     
  4. ronjor

    ronjor Global Moderator

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    I believe I would download Thunderbird and see how it reacts.

    I use Pop Peeper and check Yahoo as well as several other Web accounts every few minutes and haven't seen what you are seeing.
     
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