Outlook Express scans my floppy...Why????

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ForeverRogue

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Whenever I click on 'compose', or 'send', O/E scans my floppy. This lasts at least 6, if not, more, seconds and is very annoying. I originally fixed that issue by removing MS Office FastFind. That only lasted about a week, because O/E is now at it again. FastFind is not noted anywhere on my system, unless it's back in the registry... somewhere. I am running Norton antivirus, but I have always been and this has never happened before. Unless it's part of a recent update. I have MS Office 2000 installed, but only to 'run from disk' and quite frankly, that's when this issue started. As I metioned, this was once noted as a 'FastFind' issue and was resolved, but that's no longer on my system and O/E has started doing this again. I run Spybot quite often, so I'm fairly confident that adware/spyware isn't the cause. I'm running Win'98, OutlookExpress 6.0 and Norton antivirus. I can't think of anything else I'm running that may cause this. I just don't get it....
 
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You may have set Norton ANtivirus to scan everything.
Check it out and reconfigure if needed.
 

ForeverRogue

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Thanks palko, but Norton is set to scan incoming and outgoing mail... no option there to scan the floppy. Unless I'm missing something. Again.. it only does this when I Create and then again when I Send... it doesn't scan when I Send/Receive. One more thing...I put a floppy in, to see if it would return a message if it didn't find whatever it was looking for, but it didn't scan. I then tried it again without the floppy.. and it's not doing it anymore. PLEASE KEEP THE SUGGESTIONS COMING BECAUSE I'M SURE IT'S GONNA START DOING IT AGAIN. Thanks again, techies.
 
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