What happened to the NOD32 stamp on email?

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by JVM, May 10, 2010.

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  1. JVM

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    I recall seeing the NOD32 stamp on email and suddenly it stopped appearing. I am using Version 4.2.40
     
  2. Triple Helix

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    Are all these checked? Because I have no problems in Outlook 2007 if you are using Outlook 2010 it is not supported yet but it does scan your emails!

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    It was setup for infected email only. Apparently, I never changed that from the Trial version to the Paid version, so it went from scan all to default infected, I guess.

    Anyway, Thank You!
     
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    You are very welcome! :thumb:

    Cheers,

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  5. tanstaafl

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    There is a reason the default is to not stamp every outgoing mail - it is not only useless, but extremely annoying to most everyone who receives it.
     
  6. JVM

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    I wouldn't call it useless. The stamping assures me the email was scanned, and I like being assured. :)

    I don't stamp outgoing email.
     
  7. jimwillsher

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    First thing I do on an ESET install is disable ANY message stamping.

    It doesn't prove anything to anyone. I could equally add "scanned by Kaspersky" in my mail signature and the recipient might then be lulled into a false sense of security.
     
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