#24 Integration with Thunderbird/Mozilla e-mail client

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2004-07-07
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Integration with Thunderbird/Mozilla e-mail client

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  • rudi
    rudi
    2004-07-15

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    Yes, I agree this would be a great feature.

     
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    I would also like this feature. I would be willing to add
    $30 to a PayPal fund to encourage developers to work on it! :)

     
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    that would definitely be a nice feature...

     
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    I would also love this feature! Although I am happy that it
    works with Outlook 2003, which I was kind of surprised with
    when I tried it!

     
  • Yang
    Yang
    2004-08-24

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    Please add this ASAP!!!

     
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    This would be an excellent feature. Most of the people
    interested in open source software are using Mozilla browser
    and email clients, anyway. :)

     
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    integration of thunderbird and clamwin is no.1 priority for
    opening migration path to opensource products on windows! ;)

    situation now looks like you need either closed source mail
    client either closed source antivirus to get it working for
    end users...

     
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    But it must also support IMAP protocol, not only POP3!

     
  • Hande
    Hande
    2004-10-19

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    I must be the option

    outlook?? what's that? ahhh, nobody uses right now, when we
    could use thunderbird :P

     
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    Duplicate of rfe 930755 (POP/IMAP proxy)

     
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    clammail.sf.net

     
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    There are no plans to develop a Thunderbird/Mozilla Mail
    extension, but on-access scanning (which is being worked on)
    will mean that it is not required

     
  • Franki
    Franki
    2005-06-13

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    I install Thunderbird on all my clients machines instead of
    Outlook. After telling them how much safer it is to stay
    away from Lookout/Lookout express I then discover that
    Clamwin only integrates with Outlook?

    I'd like to see ClamWin with a general purpose
    POP3/IMAP/SMTP intercept and scan feature. Then all my
    clients will be using it and I'll insist that they donate too.

     
  • Franki
    Franki
    2005-06-13

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    I install Thunderbird on all my clients machines instead of
    Outlook. After telling them how much safer it is to stay
    away from Lookout/Lookout express I then discover that
    Clamwin only integrates with Outlook?

    I'd like to see ClamWin with a general purpose
    POP3/IMAP/SMTP intercept and scan feature. Then all my
    clients will be using it and I'll insist that they donate too.

     
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    I do not agree on on-access scanning matching the need for
    requested feature -- although, it is a very good feature as
    an option. The risk of viruses entering a system comes
    primarily from email, downloads (and removable media in some
    cases). Therefore, filtering these likely paths of
    migration would be more efficient than scanning the same old
    files over and over again. This requested feature would
    also be able to PREVENT the CONTAMINATION instead of merely
    CLEANING the system after CONTAMINATION.

    I would certainly vote for IMAP/POP/SMTP filtering suggested
    by franki_hauptle.

     
  • alch
    alch
    2005-06-28

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    there will be thunderbird mail scan and firefox downloads
    scan plugins. In due course after on acces scanning is done
    or an experienced XUL developer volunteers to help first