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  1. You are wrong that they cause no harm. Did you miss my last post about how it causes a very long pause every time Thunderbird updates, because it is searching for an update to the ESET plugin? This causes no end of support calls to me whenever a Thunderbird update occurs. But, no worries... I had opened a case with ESET, and they just replied, and as soon as I saw where they were going with how to remove it, I realized I could have done it all along with the policy editor (we are an enterprise customer and have the RAS/RAC for managing our clients).
  2. Ok, but what about new/current versions? I understand that email will still be scanned, I am not concerned about that. What I am concerned about is that every time Thunderbid updates, it pauses for about 45 seconds searching for an update to the ESET plugin that hasn't workd in ages. THIS MUST BE FIXED.
  3. No (except of uninstalling ESET completly of course). Well... can you elaborate? Are you an ESET Rep, or just a user? I would find it extraordinarily obnoxious and repugnant if what you just said is actually true.
  4. This is actually no longer true. Thunderbird major releases now follow the ESR releases for Firefox. Meaning, Thunderbird only gets major updates once every 6 months. I don't see this as a major impediment to keeping up with the release cycle. But again, at a minimum, if you are no longer supporting current version, you simply should not install the pluigin. I'm still struggling in vain to come up with a single reason that this makes even the remotest sense to you guys.
  5. Thats is fine, but then why install the plug in at all? Right now it just sits there letting everyone know that it is not compatible, and will only continue to result in questions and frustration. Is there a way to manually remove it, and maybe even to not install it to begin with? Response would be appreciated...
  6. Thats is fine, but then why install the plug in at all? Right now it just sits there letting everyone know that it is not compatible, and will only continue to result in questions and frustration. Is there a way to manually remove it, and maybe even to not install it to begin with?
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