04-15-2008 01:03 AM
We fixed an issue with the Symantec Service Framework error via a patch released in February. Could you check the version of ccEmlPxy.dll on your machine? Is it 107.0.3.x or higher?
04-16-2008 03:23 AM
I have the same problem too. The file ccEmlPxy.dll is 126.96.36.199. That should be ok. Do you know the solution of that problem? Do I need to install Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0 Redistributable Package as a solution? Or do I need to uninstall the Add on pack?
Thank you, Medico
04-22-2008 06:49 AM
Just to confirm - Outlook is functioning normally now and add-on pack has not been reinstalled. I was reading the other thread and wasn't absolutely sure if that was still the case.
If the problem comes back, you should received instructions from Tony on where to upload your logs to.
05-03-2008 11:48 AM
Hi Matt et al.,
Yes, I uninstalled the Norton Add on pack, and after about 10 days, have not had a reoccurrance of the Symantec Framework error message, nor of the email blockage.
So from my perspective, what I have seen is this:
Error occurred under Norton 360 and again under NIS2008, both with Add On Pack; all updates applied
Error causes loss of email connectivity and system tray icon to disappear
Restart of computer or bringing up main window of NIS causes error to reset
Error is often (perhaps always) accompanied by "Symantec Framework has stopped working" dialog from Vista
Error does not seem to be associated with email download, or even Outlook running, but I am not certain of this fact.
Error has not reoccurred after two weeks after Add on Pack uninstalled.
I think that sums up everything. I kind of hate to not use Add on Pack, it was one of the reasons I stayed with NIS. Let me know if you have any ideas, or how to gather and upload "logs" if that would be helpful
05-13-2008 10:31 AM
Since my problems seemed identical to yours, I uninstalled the Add-On pack as well. Now trouble free for 2 weeks now. I think this is the correct solution.
I am using a HP 9500T laptop, Vista, SP1, T7250 Intel processor.