I am running 4.0.424 without errors. I will update to 437 and see what
happens. In theory, 437 should be better because 424 has a bug that can
cause corruption of attachments in Thunderbird. Perhaps the cure is
worse than the disease? We shall see...
Bryan R. Fleming wrote:
> So back in June I remember this problem running through the list, and
> I just double checked the archives.
> I just upgraded a client to the latest version of eset Nod 32, had
> been on 3 now on 4.0.437. Now their thunderbird imap email is being
> triplicated. Happens in both accounts they have. I've disabled the
> email integration of ESET for now. (as Andrew had reported they're
> 'real' messages that show up in webmail)
> Current virus signature is 4209 20090702l.
> Anyone else encountering it today or is there something unique about
> the setup here?