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There are suggestions that you create a exception for Thunderbird to fix slowness. Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: AVG Outgoing Email scanner The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited. Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. I didn't change a single setting in Mozilla Mail (didn't even open the options tab). his comment is here

I went to Internet Explorer -- tools-- internet options-- connections-- LAN settings. The first: Open AVG and then Open the Email Scanning Component and ensure you have the boxes ticked to scan both incoming & outgoing mail. Problems have been reported with: AdAware [1] AGNITUM Security Suite Pro [2] AGNITUM Outpost firewall [3] AVAST Free Antivirus 2014 ed [4], [5] AVG Avira antivirus slow Mac, slow Mac, blocks Please try again now or at a later time. https://support.avg.com/answers?id=906b0000000D51P

RSS ALL ARTICLES FEATURES ONLY TRIVIA Search The How-To Geek Forums Have Migrated to Discourse How-To Geek Forums / Windows XP (Solved) - Scanning both incoming & outgoing e-mail with I used the Custom method, and it corrected my problem of scanning both incoming and outgoing e-mails. I am now running with their Spamfilter 9.0 enabled and (fingers crossed) everything seems OK." Norton Security To quote a Norton support article "The email scanning feature in your Norton product ESET NOD32 version 8 appears to cause no issues.

If you are uncertain that McAfee is the cause, you can test whether something started during Thunderbird or Windows startup is involved: Start MS-Windows in safe mode With Windows in safe Accept This Answer · Accepted Answer · Reports: · Posted 6 years ago Top Clarence Posts: 17 This post has been reported. Although the security suite is another matter.) (Others wanted, please add) Configuration Notes and Solutions for specific Anti Virus products AVG AVG can not scan SSL connections and requires you to Click Next twice.

Symptoms include "couldn't connect to proxy" errors, slow sending and receiving of email, and images not being displayed in HTML emails. The workaround appears to be to create an exception in avast for the file nsemail.html in your computers temp folder. Norton's products have a number of exceptions, but SONAR is the one usually refered to. My theory is this: It looks like Thunderbird 3.0.0 and above generates a huge number of file open, seek or read events causing the virus scanner to scan the mailbox files

To solve this issue, reconfigure E-mail scanning to listen to the standard unencrypted port (110) or to any unused port Fprot support article here. This happened to me and I uninstalled AVG and then reinstalled using the 'Custom method' which allows you to select 'other email clients' and remove the tick from 'Outlook'.When you select Copyright © 2006-2017 How-To Geek, LLC All Rights Reserved

There, I unchecked "Use proxy server;..." Voila!

Clarence Reports: · Posted 6 years ago Top Topic Closed This topic has been closed to new replies. FOLLOW US Twitter Facebook Google+ RSS Feed Disclaimer: Most of the pages on the internet include affiliate links, including some on this site. Got the answer from support at AVIRA, which wouldn't update for me. (also, THunderbird wouldn't "connect to proxy"). I have to say "appears to be" as Avast have not yet replied to my email. [60], [61], [62], [63], [64], [65] SUMO links [66], [67] Hangs with "Allow anti-virus clients

NOTES: The above changes disable various features, but you ARE still protected from viruses by McAfee's other protection features. (quote from McAfee) "you do not need to worry, as [when] the this content Avast Blocks Sending and Receiving From Jeff Hines on GS: My problem was Avast antivirus, once I stopped the service and restarted(virus program ect) thunderbird was once again working perfectly. Performance of this feature should be acceptable after initial indexing is complete. This does seem to have resolved the issue.

Mac or Linux) can install a bogus Internet access proxy. I am having problems with the scanning both incoming & outgoing e-mail. Thunderbird:Testing:Antivirus Related Performance Issues From MozillaWiki Jump to: navigation, search Contents 1 Symptoms 2 First Steps 3 Problem Antivirus and Anti-Malware Packages 4 Unaffected Antivrus Packages weblink it all works.

I am using Free Edition of AVG 2011. Its a ssl cache problem within AVAST, not thunderbird. It all works again.

Reconnected to the internet.

Regards. Installation issue - If thunderbird update fails and you get a 7-Zip Access Denied error when downloading a new version or updating and you are using McAfee VirusScan Enterprise + AntiSpyware It should have a message at the end of the e-mail message stating that this e-mail has been scanned both on outgoing and incoming e-mail. We are aware that this approach may not be the most intuitive for our users and we are currently treating it as a bug.

All I did was shut down the mail protection for a day, then restarted it. OR more drastic solution: Close Thunderbird. It's a good program, but check the LAN settings after scanning." Solution: Disable Windows System Proxies Internet Explorer | tools | internet options | connections | LAN settings and then uncheck http://webstrategy360.com/avg-free/avg-free-8-0.html If none of the above helps and you suspect McAfee is the cause then you may need to remove McAfee using the McAfee Consumer Products Removal tool, and seek different antivirus

That is NO guarantee it will work well in any future version of AV or Thunderbird. As Thunderbird like all quality mail client maintains it's own certificate store the Avast hack does not work. Apparently, when you do a full system scan with MalWareBytes, it puts that on for you to keep the computer from dialing out, but it doesn't uncheck it for you afterwards. Images are now loading when I click "Show Remote Content". " Bullguard Examples: [68] From Thunderbird Support Problem: Sending Mail Slow Solution: Turn of outgoing mail scanning in BullGuard 15.

Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. Enabled Avast. So isn't my new problem in a bug Thunderbird? Sorry, up i gave up on AVG Free 2010, found to many problems with Outlook 2007, am now running AVAST & so far no problems...

The default profile location on Windows is %appdata%\thunderbird\profiles **NOTE, if you altered default profile location or Thunderbird accounts to put mail somewhere on disk other than the standard profile location, you I have contacted my service provider and they advise me that there may be some issues with the IMAP protocol and they are 'working on it'. When either one changes version there can be interaction problems - even if for you Thunderbird is the only software affected, and even if your AV version did not change. McAfee cannot fix what they do not know about.

From MozillaZine Forum BullGuard Thread October 7, 2010: Problem: "expanding or collapsing items (subfolders, accounts) in the Folders display often locks up TB completely and the progam goes into Not responding Click on the box next to Toolbar for Mozilla Thunderbird and select Entire feature will be installed on local hard drive. So if you have a problem that is not listed here, please help other users by adding your experience to the list. (create a wiki account, and select edit) Related Articles The initial indexing process, performed upon upgrading from a prior version of Thunderbird, may be sped up by disabling on demand antivirus scanning of the Thunderbird mailbox files.

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