Help with Norton Antivirus 2002

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  1. Jeff

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    I'm using a friends computer and he has Norton Antivirus 2002 on it. I decided to look it over to see if I want to upgrade from 2001. Anyway, aside from the bad looking GUI (compared to 2001) I can't find anything to do with checking incoming email. Where do I find these settings, which are very easily layed out on 2001.


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    BTW, just noticed he has the Corporate Edition, if that makes any difference.
     
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    Click on Options, then Email.
     
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    No Options! [​IMG]
     
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    Found the Norton install discs. When I insert each of them, I get a lot of confusing choices as to what to install. Maybe he doesn't have the whole thing installed properly, who knows. Anyway, I'll be staying away from the Coporate Edition.


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    Use the 2nd cd and select the option "install on local client". It will automatically spot your email program.
     
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    I have NAV 2002 as part of SystemWorks. With it, the e-mail checking requires no configuration of the e-mail client. Just enable it in NAV. I guess it works in the same way a firewall such as Zone Alarm does, wedging itself into TCP/IP and keeping an eye out for any and all communications on the SMTP and POP3 ports.
     

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