In Setup, if I leave Email protection box checked under Email protection, but have the Enable email checking box unchecked under the POP3 filter, do I lose any protection if I only use Outlook to read my email? Since Outlook is an integrated email client, it doesn’t seem I should. This appears to be borne out by the fact that the counter for the number of scanned email messages increments with the above settings as Outlook downloads messages from my Yahoo, Gmail and Verizon accounts. Some other related questions: Does mail sent from Outlook get scanned since it is an integrated client? Again, the scanned email messages counter increments so I assume it is being scanned. Since there aren’t any comments I can find regarding SMTP scanning, I am assuming other outbound mail wouldn’t be scanned even with the POP3 filter checked. (A simple example would be the mail messages that NOD32 sends for an alert.) It also seems that Gmail using an encrypted link would be a non-issue in the case of downloading to Outlook. I’m guessing that the messages are scanned after they are decrypted since Outlook is an integrated client. Is this true? Again, the scanned email messages counter increments when Outlook pulls mail from Gmail. Am I missing something obvious? I’m not a POP3/SMTP expert so I’d like to know if any my assumptions based on a little testing are incorrect.