Thunderbird Tag Problem

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by tphoare, Jun 16, 2005.

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  1. tphoare

    tphoare Registered Member

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    Just started to use Thunderbird but now Nod32 tag notifications dont show. Eset have told me that Emon only works with port 110 but there is something funny because I use Gmail (995 and 465) and Outlook shows notifications no problem. Also I use another account which does use 110 and same problem - no show in Thunderbird but OK in Outlook. o_O

    Any suggestions?
     
  2. bigc73542

    bigc73542 Retired Moderator

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    When I used nod I was also useing thunderbird and it always put a note on the bottom of the e-mail saying it was scanned by nod.
     
  3. zashita

    zashita Registered Member

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    With Thunderbird, IMON will scan your incoming email.
    Could you see in IMON settings if the notification tag is set for all emails ?

    And about Gmail account, I think they are encrypted, so IMON can't scan them. Maybe I a wrong about encryption, but ...
    EMON is able to scan encrypted emails in outlook (not outlook express) because the way it works is different
     
  4. tphoare

    tphoare Registered Member

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    Yes - have tried all suggestions - even set IMON's compatibility level to max but doesn't make any difference.
    Don't really know what else to try at the moment
     
  5. alglove

    alglove Registered Member

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    In Thunderbird, if you highlight a message and go to "View --> Message Source" (or hit Ctrl-U), does the tag show up there?
     
  6. tphoare

    tphoare Registered Member

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    No - no evidence of message being scanned by anything. Have discovered, though, that IMON will not scan port 995 encrypted messages - which exactly describes Gmail. What is strange though is that Gmail was scanned by Emon when using Outlook.
     
  7. Marcos

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    That's right - EMON scans decrypted messages passed on to it via MAPI by MS Outlook
     
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