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EMAIL PROBLEM I AM ABLE TO RECEIVE EMAILS BUT CANT SEND ANY AND HAVE BEEN TOLD IT MAY BE AN ANTI VIRUS PROBLEM I USE AVG 8.0

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  • smat_4u May 11, 2010

    Which email client are you using?

    And what settings are you using for in coming and out going mail servers?

    Did you check by disabling the antivirus services if send is possible?

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AVG shuts down outgoing messages for some reason try using Nod32 at www.eset.com it is the #1 in the usa and #2 in the world. there won't be any interfearance with the outgoing mail and still scans incomming

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