1 Reply Latest reply on Feb 15, 2009 1:55 PM by Jnryan

    Security Center update crashing email

      I was using Eudora email with the 7 version without any problems. Now after downloading the latest update when I try to open email I receive an error message stating that the email encountered a problem and had to close (before it opens, actually). When I go to the details the error signature appears to list a file Mskuplg.dll update as the problem.

      I am currently running:
      Security Center 9.3 (Build 9.3.137)
      Virus Scan 13.3 (Build 13.3.115)
      Personal Firewall 10.3 (Build 10.3.106)
      Site Advisor 2.8 (Build 2.8.304)
      Anti-Spam 10.3 (Build 10.3.109)

      I have tried disabling the Anti-Spam, the Personal Firewall and Virus Scan of emails. I get the same results.

      I have not tried uninstalling any software at this point till I heard from the site here.
        • 1. RE: Security Center update crashing email
          OK, I got Eudora to work. But to do it, I had move the offending McAfee file, Mskuplg.dll, to My Documents. (I didn't want to delete the file and find out afterwards I created another problem.)

          My email is working now. Of course the question now is: What function did the Mskuplg.dll perform? Have degraded McAfee protection by doing this?