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Total Protection 2009 / Thunderbird Problem

I hope this is on the right board as I do not see a board for Total Protection 2009. I have enabled Spam Filtering for Thunderbird through McAfee Security Center. I see a sub folder for McAfee Anti-Spam under the Inbox folder and I am receiving messages correctly marked [SPAM] but none of them are redirected into the spam folder. My McAfee Antispam Toolbar is also missing.
These services are all running : mcsysmon.exe, mcagent.exe, MOM.exe, mksrver.exe, MpfSrv.exe, Mcshield.exe, McProxy.exe, McNASvc.exe and mcmscsvc.exe .
My email client, Thunderbird is version I am runnig a Dell Dimension 8200, 1.9 Gb P4, 768 Mb RDRAM, Windows XP Home Edition SP3. I previously had IE8 Beta2 installed and was directed by a McAfee chat tech to uninstall it which cleared up a problem I had with the Security Center, however it did nothing to resolve this problem. Thanx RJB
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Total Protection 2009 / Thunderbird Problem


When you have the McAfee Anti spam folder then it is configured.
So make sure that the option “mark as spam and move to spam folder” is selected
McAfee Security Center >> Email & IM >> Configure >> Spam Protection > Advanced
Filtering options >> select “mark as spam and move to spam folder”
In “Email tool bars” make sure the thunder bird is having a check mark
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