I've been using TDS for a couple of years but only recently with resident protection. I relied on 'on-demand' scanning and NOD32 for protection, with no adverse effects. TDS never found anything 'on-demand' and I did keep it it updated religiously. NOD found all the nasties I was exposed to (hopefully). Now I've got a couple of questions: Am I correct to assume that there is no conflict between the various components of NOD and TDS (with resident protection)? How do they actually work together? For example, does IMON get to inspect an email message first, and, if it finds nothing, TDS will then intercept it and scan it? Many thanks.