Thunderbird & Nod32 v.3x Prob

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by Cyba, Nov 13, 2007.

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  1. Cyba

    Cyba Registered Member

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    Odd. Thunderbird version 1.5.0.13 (2006030:cool: won't deliver emails with attachments around 800kb and over. I get 'SMTP Server failed..server may be unavailable or is refusing SMTP connections..verify server setting is correct.' It is. Emails with smaller attachments go through without a hitch. If I remove Nod32 the bigger ones suddenly do, too. I thought Zone Alarm Pro/Security Suite might be an issue (I've used both, lately, not at the same time but with this version of Nod32.) However I turned that off, defaulting to Win Firewall. I even turned that off, as well - just to see.
    The problem appears to be Nod32. :cautious:
    Any clues? Settings? Bugs?:mad:
    All comments appreciated.
    Cheers
     
  2. zaid786

    zaid786 Registered Member

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    What version of NOD32 are you using?
     
  3. Marcos

    Marcos Eset Staff Account

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    I'd try uninstalling ZA completely. You never know if only disabling a program suffices.
     
  4. Cyba

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    Nod32 Home Edition v.3.0.563 and Eset Smart Security v.3.0.563 (previously
    V3.0.560.0 versions of Nod32 Antivirus (not home) and Smart Security.) All
    trials.
    The problem is with Nod. I've since found that the message is false. Various
    attempts to send emails which give this message have all arrived at their
    destination, though I assumed they hadn't. Some people have got six versions
    (my 're-trys!):thumbd:
    Gone back to the last of the v2 series until the bugs are fixed. Incidentally,
    absolutely no issues with v 2.70.39 (latest ZAPro/Security Suite included.)
    There never was with Nod32 v.2xx .:thumb:
     
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  5. Weyrman

    Weyrman Registered Member

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    Why, out of curiosity are you still using thunderbird 1.5 and not 2.0.0.6?
     
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