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  1. Hi, Well. It looks like everything is OK. I have a rule to move everything that is marked as [!! SPAM] & [!! PROBABLY SPAM] to SPAM folder. And I have 5 rules to move email to other folders. Spam is moved only from one (last) account. And the problem remains.
  2. Hi. I have a problem. I have 5 accounts configured in Outlook Express. All the accounts are on the same ports. Email is flaged as SPAM on every account, but it's removed (to another folder) only from one. Any ideas ?
  3. Hi, Why do you think thats its related to KAV ? Try turning off KAV. Through Administration Kit you can make a profile that will be active when 'a virus outbreak' will be upon us hehe.
  4. Hi, Check this out http://www.kaspersky.com/faq?chapter=186528136&qid=187263764
  5. Hi, After turning off KAV the problem remains ? What error message do you get from IE ?
  6. Or check your Anti Hacker settings (rules for applications). Maybe thats the answer.
  7. Hi, Yes that's correct. If your using KIS/KAVforWKS check your Anti Hacker settings. Probably you have a rule for that applications.
  8. Delete Symantec. I think that Symnatec proovides the tools. Install Administration Kit. Deploy a Network Agent package. Set groups etc. Deploy KAV. Deploy file server. Make the slave servers. How to do....all the things above ? - use faq - http://www.kaspersky.com/faq or manual - http://www.kaspersky.com/docs
  9. Hi, What version of KAV are you using ? (6.0.0.xxx)? Any other firewalls or antivirus programs ?
  10. Hi, Try do this. Delete all the rules for IE in AntiHacker (Aplication rules and pocket filtering rules). Restart CPU. Run IE. If it doesn't work. I would say uninstall Sygate.
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