Pretty sure the date after Content update is the date the current Content version was downloaded. The Content version appears to be Anti-Spam's definitions file.
I noticed the date changed every day when I assume a new content version was downloaded. But this appears to have halted (for me at least) since the last update to the program.
It isn't a big deal for me, as I don't even use Anti-Spam, or any email programs other than web-based! And I'll be reinstalling my whole suite soon, which should remedy any issues! But from the replies in this thread, there does appear to be an issue here.......
I've found this entry and I'm asking myself whether there'S a new failure on this Anti-Spam-Module?
Since serveral weeks I noticed a lot of spam emails in my inbox and I thought, that this might be a new technique which isn't known by McAfee by now and teached those mails to be understood as SPAM...
But it doesn't get less... it becomes even worse!
So, I checked my Version and this is what is shown:
I'm using Windows 10 Home and MS-Office-Prof-2013 Outlook.
Is there something wrong with the update of the spam definition file?
last update 6/07/2017
Content version 6086
Content update 4/08/2017
This on Mcafee all access Windows 10 and Thunderbird
It shows that I'm missing 6 Patterns...? Right? Content: 6080 -> 6086
Even I'm manually updating, there's no change.
Should I write a ticket or is there anything I can do by myself?
Try MVT and see if that fixes anything are the other programs up to date? Ie virusscan engine
engine version 3063 for virusscan. Oh my anytispam now 6097 so updated since I posted
If still an issue you could call support though they will have you uninstall reinstall i assume so probably better to do that yourself before calling.
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