It is difficult to say whether Kaspersky or your provider has intervened.
You can check the reports to see if an action was recorded:
Main window 'More Tools'->Reports.
There you can check the reports of 'Anti-Spam' and 'Mail Anti-Virus'.
Ich nutze KIS seit vielen Jahren und denke nicht daran, das zu aendern. Meiner Erfahrung nach ist das ein sehr gutes Tool.
Ob das ein russischer Hersteller ist oder nicht, ist mir voellig egal. Hauptsache gut und bewaehrt.
Thank you @Schulte,
What is Kaspersky certificate & do I have to import that into Windows Mail (Windows Built-in mail client)?
What made me sensitive about this is that: Yesterday I got email from (claimed to be: email AT engage DOT windows DOT com) with title "a small token of appreciation from the windows team". The email has no body (empty). I searched internet & found out the email actually has body & some links, & someone clicked on it & had troubles after. Is this a good sign that for example Kaspersky scanned it & prevented its body to be shown to me? Or its what mail provider did? What do you think?
Here is the link of discussion if you are interested:
Kaspersky scans the data stream before the mails reach your mail client. This makes it almost irrelevant which program you use.
In some email programs you still have to import the Kaspersky certificate, also the treatment of mails marked as spam should be adjusted.
Hi, I have these questions:
- Does Kaspersky automatically integrate with Windows Mail & scan emails?
- If I install any other mail client, does Kaspersky automatically recognize them & integrate with them, or I should go to settings & change something to do that?