[Spambayes] RE: VERY confusing...
Robert K. Coe
bob at 1776.com
Sat Mar 20 10:05:25 EST 2004
Is that peculiar to Outlook Express? We use Norton (Corporate Edition) with Outlook 2000, and the dialogue box doesn't interfere with downloading of messages. We almost never see the dialogue box anymore, since most viruses are now intercepted on the server. But before we started the server-side checking, I don't remember this ever being a problem. So maybe there is a Norton setting that applies. (I don't see one, but I'm at home now and can see only the compulsory settings that were applied to my laptop when I was last connected to our LAN.)
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> Erin Lazzaro
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> Subject: RE: [Spambayes] VERY confusing...
> I have Norton also, and whenever it detects a virus on an
> email, it displays an informational dialog. Downloading
> pauses until you dismiss the dialog. If that's the problem,
> then I don't think SpamBayes can help. There should be a way
> to configure Norton so it doesn't pause (it's a major pain),
> but I haven't found it yet.
> -Erin Lazzaro
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