Hi all, This has been a bug bear for me for awhile now. This morning I mastered policies and how to place machines into groups, and apply particular policies for the group (have it stick). But that didn't fix the reason I had a indepth look. Problem: When one of my users sends Excel workbooks straight out of Excel (Send as attachment), and edits the body of the message, the message loses the body on delivery. Discovered solution: When I tell Nod to append it's tag only to infected mail, the email keeps the body (IE Nod doesn't append anything to the end of the email). I have reproduced both the problem and solution. Fix is easy (first thought). Add the computer to a policy (in Remote Administrator) that sets this. Problem is, her computer doesn't apply(?) the policy, so this setting doesn't get changed. Scenario: She is setup as a normal user on a Windows 7 PC. She isn't an administrator (local or otherwise), or power user. She can't make changes herself to Nod. In fact, when a setting is changed in the advanced setting window, and closed, Nod just complains and doesn't save. I'm happy with that. Is there a way to get this computer, and other Win7 machines to work with the policy? I have checked another Win7 machine, and it did the same thing. I haven't checked XP machines to confirm that the policy works, though it worked for my workstation. I am setup as an administrator, and the policy stays for me. Can I keep this setup, and ensure Nod keeps/applies the policy? Sorry if this has already been answered. If so, could you point me to it? If you need more info, please let me know as well. Thanks ahead of time, Rich.