|Subject:||Anti-virus VS Service application|
|Posted by:||G. Plante (gplan…@videotron.qc.ca)|
|Date:||Thu, 16 Dec 2004|
I made a Windows "Service" that automatically retrieve e-mails every 2
minutes (Using TIDPOP3). When Indy retrieve e-mails, sometime Indy create
temporary files. When the e-mail (temporary file) contains a virus, Norton
Anti-virus is automatically displayed on screen then the "Service" stop
until somebody click on the Norton button.
Is there a way to configure Indy so that no temp file be created or a way
that Norton anti-virus will not popup when the e-mails are retrieved by a
"Service" application ? (Note that when I logoff and the service continue to
retrieve e-mails, Norton don't display anything and e-mails are all
Thanks for any help.