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Minor bug in Internet security V 14.0

Has anyone else noticed a problem with the Anti Spam feature in this version of Internet security. I have just purchased and successfully installed the software, and other than this issue, it works fine. When I go to set up the webmail filtering rules, for my POP3 E-Mail account, all I get is a short spinning Icon, and no set up. I have had no problems with this in previous versions, just V. 14.0. My E=Mail info has not changed, nor have the server settings through my ISP. Perhaps one of the forum moderators could report this to Mcafee. Thanks in advance.

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Re: Minor bug in Internet security V 14.0

Actually You reporting it to support is better that is where they check back to see if others see this.

Support program there are several issues at this time with Thunderbird and someone reported an issue with outlook though your issue appears with the GUI for security Centre..

What version and build of anti spam are you showing mine is 16.0.137 content 5773 and engine

Mine opens AS web filtering rules fine

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Re: Minor bug in Internet security V 14.0

Moved from Consumer > Anti-Spam > Discussions > for better exposure.



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