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Posted on 2008-06-18
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Just a general question

should Outlook.exe be excluded  from Antivirus /Spyware scanning scanning???
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Question by:ShockRecords
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Hello ShockRecords,

No!  You should always scan your incoming emails for virus.  Attachment in email is the most common source of virus infection.

Hope this helps!
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