Reducing the sensitivity reduces the chance of false positive detections, but may also reduce the effectiveness of the Core Shields. One of my Gmail accounts can receive emails but cannot send. I eventually changed them all back and for some reason they worked again. This started happening on December 14. Plus, one of the threads I read suggested this so I have tried without any security software running.
So changes to the system can occur without your knowledge. I understand that you are having a problem with attachments on Windows Live Mail. They are not going into the junk folders or spam folders. Security software does autoupdate on its own as well as other software. I have deleted all Passwords from Thunderbird closed the program and re-entered these upon a prompt at program restart. Before I restart again thought I'd ask forum.
So the problem seems to be with my receipt of messages from their no-reply address. I have just upgraded from Avast 4. Hello songod1, Thank you for the information that you've provided. I am sorry that I am not a geek and cannot re-program anything, but I will try very hard to understand what you are telling me. This option is ticked by default. I'm using SeaMonkey, but it applies there as well. That is about all you can say.
The higher the sensitivity, the higher the protection and potential for false positive malware detections. I will keep this link info. I, too, also had the Internet Mail icon in the taskbar stay even after I had canceled retrieving mail and even exited Thunderbird. I went into the Avast! The icon shows a permanent yellow triangle with! So changes to the system can occur without your knowledge. Once, I was able to stop and restart the Internet Mail provider and get it to work.
We recommend selecting Fix automatically for all three types. If we can't replicate it - then we know its on your end - somewhere. My account was hacked into recently, and I informed Windows of this. Security software does autoupdate on its own as well as other software. Select the Mail Shield tab. It's actually a common issue for us here. This option is ticked by default.
I suppose it could be anti-virus software but that would not explain why it works, then does not, then works again. So, in my email, I specify 127. It is no longer necessary to register your Avast Free Antivirus as your initial free license automatically activates after installation. That is about all you can say. This is not a Thunderbird or Firefox issue. But it takes so long to get to level 2 tech support that I don't have the energy to call.
Once I did that, I could once again receive e-mail through Thunderbird. I have no idea where they may have been stored in the cloud, but all of a sudden they all started coming in. If not you should really consider a firewall that does provide outbound protection. Notes: You can request a copy of your license from your for all products or via our for Avast Antivirus. Scroll down to the section related to the product you just activated to check the expiration date of your license.
On the Windows 7 Ultimate computer I even did a repair install. Almost every anti-virus program for Windows installs by default a system scan that runs in the background every time Windows starts. This is the qmail-send program at sbcbox. Click Show Blocked Websites and type the website address to add a website to the list. I followed the instructions given, and I have set the e-mail account parameters as follows: Account: Yahoo! The proper server settings are defined. Now i do know that there was a Norton antivirus update on yahoo servers that was thinking images in my emails were a virus and was denying them from getting to there destination.