Outlook Express problems fixed?

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by RobertS, Dec 20, 2007.

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  1. RobertS

    RobertS Registered Member

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    The last time I tried the initial release of NOD32 AV v3 I had the problem of no mail tagging, that and the unhappy integration of NOD in Outlook Express made me revert back to v2.7.

    I wanted to ask if the latest release (v3.0.560.0) fixes these problems outright or should I wait for another update before taking the plunge again?
    I am running XP Home SP2.

    Or is it case that it works for some and not for others? Is there a list of settings that provide the best security and reliability that I can try?


    Thanks for your help :)
     
  2. poutine

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    No it doesnt, it runs worse than ever with O.E. we are all still wating for Eset to fix it. And hopefully also remove the ~Unnecessary wording removed.~ ugly NOD box in O.E to.
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  3. cdr

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    :) I'm using ESS, but I assume it's the same with the AV version. I also use OE, and as of a couple of days ago, I was still getting the famous:D "bing" issue with it--where OE would "bing" and then immediately shut down. This was with the .566 version. I am also using XP Home SP2. However, I haven't been too annoyed by this issue--I just re-open OE and everything usually works fine. I hope this is applicable to your question.
     
  4. Steel

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    Well, I do not believe that still this year a new Build will come out. Here rather somewhat completely different one seems in the shrubs.
    Nightingale, I hear you sing. And what it sing, sound not really well. But I'm wondering, no one of ESET has the courage to tell us the truth.
     
  5. poutine

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    Its really unbelievable that they couldnt get it to run with Outlook Express from the outset, i mean its hardly a fringe app is it ? How hard can it possibly be :p
     
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  6. Steel

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    As i said, a nightingale sings a very badly song. They have much more problems it seems, as they told to the public.
     
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