09-05-2010 07:26 PM
I agree that to every extent possible other email ports should be supported.
09-05-2010 08:01 PM
So many email programs use ports other than what Norton considers standard (110 and 25) that if that's all Norton is going to consider users are going to flee very rapidly. Maybe other ports are protected to some degree but unless the mail is scanned to reduce the amount of spam it's really not a major benefit to users. It would be one thing if only obscure mail programs didn't use these ports but Gmail and AOL just to name a couple don't use them either! No matter what ports our mail system uses we should be able to protect it in the same way we can ports 110 and 25.
09-08-2010 02:01 PM
09-17-2010 11:45 AM
Has there been any more research on a resolution for this problem? Looking at the other thread where people are talking about this problem it is becoming quite prevalent among users and needs to be moved up the list towards resolution. More and more mail systems do not use ports 25 and 110 nor are they consistently using POP3!
10-01-2010 09:44 AM
which would be "Under Consideration" because version 2011 is now almost finished and I doubt very much that they want to release an update for the 2011 version is able to check e-mails with SSL.
The way is to change the security solution!
The more we ask that they do not pose!
10-01-2010 05:12 PM
The cost of Symantec invest in this development?
I believe that many users will surely have been very pleased (to know that Symantec is worried about his safety in any form) in the email.
Could you elaborate scanning with SLL (thus would have greater security in e-mails Hotmail, Gmail and others)
What does it cost?
Providing security than its competitors already ofereção!
equal to Eset
"By default, ESET Smart Security and ESET NOD32 Antivirus check the POP3 protocol on TCP port 110 and the HTTP protocol on TCP ports 80, 8080 and 3128 for Threats to your system.
ESET Smart Security and ESET NOD32 Antivirus 4.0 scan SSL traffic. ESET Smart Security / ESET NOD32 Antivirus 3.0 scan not the SSL traffic, even if the TCP port listed above has Been manually entered.
After encrypted traffic has Been decrypted, it is Will Be scanned by the antivirus components Threats of ESET Smart Security / ESET NOD32 Antivirus. If you are not using the standard port for email, email messages are scanned by the antivirus still component as soon as They touch the system, Which Will protect you from any Threats. "
That way customers can use their e-mails regardless of the type of email you'll know you're protected!
09-08-2011 09:35 PM
Let me add this:
I too, feel that this should be made a top priority!
Please include Ports UDP 465 and TCP 995.
Thanks - Atomic Blast