On 29 Sep., 18:32, Jordon <jor...@removethissamiamnot.com> wrote: > jnmayer wrote: > > So now when I send a mail with a large attachement, seamonkey takes > > some time sending the mail. But in the end the mail is not sent and I > > get an error message (smtp server error). When I turn off the email > > check in GData Antivirus everything works just fine. > > > My friend is a little bit paranoid about computer viruses and wants to > > ckeck outgoing mails. So what can be done to solve this problem? Is it > > a known problem? As I said before, he was using the old mozilla which > > did not have this problem at all. > > I've never placed that much importance on scanning > outgoing mail. If outgoing mail has a virus you have > bigger problems. How did it get there in the first > place and why didn't the anti-virus program detect > it when it arrived?
You have mistaken me. There is no virus in the attachement! But when GData tries to scan for infections, Seamonkey doesn't send the mail. Jürgen _______________________________________________ support-seamonkey mailing list email@example.com https://lists.mozilla.org/listinfo/support-seamonkey