Compatibility of Norton Internet Security and Vista Home Premium

I have a new laptop with pre-installed A200 Vista and Norton Internet Security.
I can't use the send/receive button to send Windows messages.
I spent the time considerble in the forum MS to fix this problem without success. I am told that Norton is not compatible with Vista - even if Toshiba pakage this sooftware together.
I deleted Norton and in fact the Windows Mail Send7Receive button start working. BUT then after about an hour it has stopped working again! I have re-installed Norton but the problem is still there! I can send E-mail of Mail when I exit and restart the station.

Can help for this problem - can it be to the ISP? I use port 587 SSL

Post edited by: tuition


I studied a little more on Norton and Vista compatibility issues and the Symantec Norton Internet Security is certainly compatible with Vista!

Also, I found a document very useful Toshiba on this subject:
Check this box:

Windows Mail won't send or receive emails

It seems that the update of the Software Desktop SMS Installer version will help to address this problem.

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