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Antivirus settings for AVG on Poco2

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Re: Antivirus settings for AVG on Poco2

Postby scottmcewan » Fri Jan 07, 2005 8:45 pm

Jlo wrote:Hi,

I am writing this on behalf of my Father. We have tried Extendia AV on his computer and manually configured POP3 settings for his Poco2. Unfortunalty it slowed things down and would somethimes hang when checking mail (He has multible accounts to check)

We then found that Poco2 writes the the attachment to a download file and the resident scanner would flag any viruses up anyway.

He then moved to AVG7 and enabled e mail scanning. All seemed well but again it slowed things down and quite a few times when he tried to send mail he had a message back from AVG that mail could not be sent. Looking at AVG forum this is a commen issue.

I think Poco2 allows you to select a av scanner and initiate a scan rather than using Pop3 scanning?

Does anyone know which of the AVG file he should tell Poco to use?

Many Thanks

Jlo
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