As luck would have it, I can no longer reproduce this problem.  If you are seeing the triplication problem, could you please forward the following information about your system:

J. Greg Mackinnon wrote:
[log in to unmask]" type="cite"> Oh yuck... sure enough... triplicate messages with 437.

I will revert the software download page to the 424 build, and see if there are any fixes available from ESET.

A workaround would be to disable email integration with Thunderbird:
  1. Open the NOD32 Antivirus Console, and enable "Advanced Mode":
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  2. Click "Setup" then "entire advanced setup tree":
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  3. Under "Miscellaneous", click "Email client integration", then deselect "Integrate into Mozilla Thunderbird":
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Beth Wilkins wrote:
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Well I updated a user this morning to 437 and she is now complaining of
email in triplicate 

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Subject: Re: Triplicating email in Thunderbird?

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?