Nod32 with Norton Antispam?

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by guilijan, Sep 22, 2006.

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  1. guilijan

    guilijan Registered Member

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    Is there any problem to use Norton Antispam with Nod32?
     
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    S*n*i*g*g*e*r.... (it won't let me type the word without the asterisk's!)

    Sorry, did I come across as scathing of the word Norton?

    Will there be any problems - I dont know but the answer is probably yes. If you are using MS Outlook then there is a better (and free) solution - Spambayes.

    Grab it at: http://spambayes.sourceforge.net/windows.html

    It also will work with any standard pop3 client
     
  3. guilijan

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    It don't work with OE so I'm asking about Norton Antispam not Norton AV.
     
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    I also don't know . People here have had problems with Norton AV and with Norton Password Manager , probably it is the same with AntiSpam but you need to wait for Marcos/Agoretsky or just try . Create a restore point before that to be able to get back in case something goes wrong :D
     
  5. Blackspear

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    Norton products seem very aggressive. I would suggest Mail Washer by Fire Trust or waiting until Eset bring out the version 3 suite. The other alternative would be to switch your email client to something like Mozilla Thunderbird which has a powerful junk mail filter.

    Cheers :D
     
  6. guilijan

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    As I know, the problem with Thunderbird is that can't configure for several user, with personal folders and with idependent password for each user.
    Well Blackspear, if your answer is correct you win a car.
    :D
    ¿Do you know exactly when version 3 will see the light? :thumb:
     
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    See if this helps.

    Cheers :D
     
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    it has to be said - the Norton family of tools don't play nicely with the other tools on the block - personally, I think it's deliberate, either that or MASSIVE INEPTITUDE... but that would be speculation ... ;)
     
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    If you submit the Norton file then Eset will add it to the next sig. update ;)
     
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