Thank you for responding. Went into Pipex Netmail and the only e-mails were responses from PCA. Deleted these. Tried again to send and receive. It got 80 per cent of the way (instead of 50 per cent) and stuck again. Wish I knew what was going on.
Got your message last night. Problem is if I activate the plug in and try to access my e-mail account it just freezes up at "checking Mail". Have you sent a further message because I am avoiding my e-mails until I resolve this problem in case I get a virus.
Don't know if this is relevant but on and off for the past couple of days I have had problems with checking e mails and this afternoon for about an hour couldn't even view any sites, then suddenly all is OK again. Perhaps it's a little glitch with Pipex.
No, just the one in reply to yours. I'm not absolutely sure on this so please wait for confirmation from others but feel reasonably sure that you can leave AVG running as normal but disable the plug-in.
The plug-in, to the best of my knowledge just places the message on the bottom of the mail informing the recipient that the mail has been scanned. I have looked through the full help documents of AVG 7 all 48 pages of PDF files and they seem to contradict themselves regarding the email scanner.
In one section it states that all you need to do is accept the default install to protect Outlook and Outlook express but then it goes on to say that users of Express need to manually set up the scanner to ensure mail is checked. :o(
I will spend more time on this but hopefuly someone will confirm for definite [Not a guess] on the correct method of setting up AVG 7 to work with Outlook Express.