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#1 chikbrite

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Posted 07 July 2007 - 10:18 AM

Hi! I'm running Microsoft Windows Vista along with AVG Internet Security on a Dell XPS 410. Vista and AVG are up to date. The following problem started prior to uninstalling McAfee and installing AVG. So, I'm fairly certain it isn't AVG because I've set AVG to mark suspected "spam" as [ALERT] instead of [SPAM]. None of the suspected "spam" have been marked as [ALERT] but in fact get marked as [SPAM], which leads me to believe it's something else checking and marking the email. I'm at a loss as to know what it is though. AVG is the only security software I'm running except for Windows Defender. (I'm not sure if Defender needs to be running but I don't know how to turn it off.) Anyway, if I submit a HighJack this log would someone here be able to look at it and tell me what, if anything, else is running that would be marking my email as [SPAM]? :thumbsup:

Thanks a bunch!
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Posted 08 July 2007 - 12:38 PM

Welcome to Bleeping Computer chikbrite.

Are you able to change the Security settings in Windows Mail to mark the suspected spam as [Alert]?
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