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    8 comments  ·  OnePlaceMail (Desktop)  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Ken Florian commented  · 

    ESET 8

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    Ken Florian commented  · 

    Disabling antivirus is the solution.

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    Ken Florian commented  · 

    It was using "Local Profile" per the default settings when installed.

    I did the steps you outlined.

    Behavior is identical to video you saw. Each drag/drop generates a warning messge, then creates a new "infected folder, then prompts to save the item to sharepoint. The item does get saved to SP correctly.

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    Ken Florian commented  · 

    Here is a link to a 12 megabyte video file which demonstrates the issue

    https://aginity.box.com/s/rwo76jt7js8spomevbhshlfp6oieznkk

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    Ken Florian commented  · 

    Same question. Using full version trial. I have a OnePlaceMail.pst file but the only "locations" in it are "Favorites", "Recent", "Recovered..", and Search Folders.

    When I try to move an email to a Favorite which is a OnePlaceMail document library, I get the message "OnePlaceMail Folders cannot be created...You are either using...".

    I am not using it on multiple machines nor am I "trying to add oneplacemail folders directly in Outlook."

    It also continues to create a new "Infected Items1", "Infected Items2" and so on.

    Input?

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