On 08/09/2016 05:11 PM, Don Winsauer wrote:
These file are being left and not being delivered. They are usually over 20mg.
Something is preventing SNF from renaming the file. Find out what it is
and then prevent it from blocking SNF. Perhaps a virus scanner has the
file open when SNF comes by to rename it??
SNF tries to do everything safely, so when injecting it's headers it
writes the new message file with a .tmp extension and makes sure that
succeeded before it removes the original and then renames the .tmp.
My guess is that the new .tmp file catches the attention of some scanner
or other program and that when SNF goes to rename the .tmp file to
replace the original it is unable to do it.
Hope this helps,
ARM Research Labs, LLC
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