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Norton Anti-Virus and Outgoing Mail

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by WalStro, Feb 17, 2003.

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  1. WalStro

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    I have Norton anti-virus software on my wife's computer and every time I try to send a jpeg to somebody it scans it for viruses. I have a high level of confidence that my jpeg files are virus free (everything on my computer gets scanned on a regular basis). I'd like to cancel that action but don't have a clue as to how to go about it. Can anybody put me on the right track?
     
  2. DVOM

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    In NAV 2002 you can open the program, go to "options" up at the top, then "email" over on the left. There you can adjust the settings.
     
  3. slipe

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    It doesn’t really take much longer. The regular send bar would be up for about the same amount of time – Norton AV just replaces the normal sending display. It takes only a fraction of a second to scan the file. If seeing the Norton send bar rather than the IE one irritates you it is easy enough to disable it as DVOM pointed out. But I would leave it there for stuff you might not be as sure of.
     
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