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Security Report Bug In Ver. 12.1.31?

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After opening my e-mail client, Thunderbird, I decided to check recently scanned e-mail counts in the security report. It only showed a count of 10 which appear to be the e-mails I physically opened and read versus the dozens of unread e-mails that were actually downloaded.

I hope that this is just a bug in the security report and not that Eset is no longer scanning all e-mails upon download as was the case in prior versions?

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So it should be reproducible by downloading email with Thunderbird, e.g. from a Gmail account?

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39 minutes ago, Marcos said:

So it should be reproducible by downloading email with Thunderbird, e.g. from a Gmail account?

I would think so although I connect to AOL e-mail servers.

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I reset the security report. Will check my e-mail tomorrow and see if this corrected the issue.

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Confirmed this was a "glitch" in the Security Report. Resetting it did the trick and all incoming e-mails are correctly identified count wise in the report. Well, in-box wise they are.

Appears that anything dumped into the Bulk e-mail; etc.. folders in Thunderbird are not reflected in the report counts but I am not sure those are actually physically downloaded to my device.

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