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Posted on 2008-10-29
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I have Microsoft Office 2003 on a PC.  Just switched from Norton Anti-virus to McAffe.
When composing a reply to a message, the message disappears.  I can locate the partial reply in the McAfee Anti-Spam folder.
I noticed that the McAfee Anti-Spam folder was a 'child'/sub-folder of the Inbox, so I moved up one level as a to the 'sibling' level and will watch to see if this helps.

Doubt that this is a solution, so any idea why this would happen?
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PTaylorM,

Try disabling McAfee and test.

Also open the McAfee security center and disable detecting while composing e-mails (or some other feature closely related to that).

Kevin
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