I am running the free AVG anti-virus checker (have been for years) but lately (within the last 2 weeks), it is adversely interferring with my e-mails. For some of my incoming e-mails, it has started to overwrite its "checked e-mail" message over the top of the content of that e-mail so I lose the text of the message.
The message it is overriting is something along the lines of:
No virus found in this message.
Checked by AVG - www.avg.com
Version: 10.0.1204 / Virus Database: 1435/3487 - Release Date: 03/07/11
Usually this appears appended to the bottom of the incoming e-mail, but in a few cases this message is the only content of the e-mail. I know that there is more content as I usually read the e-mails on my Blackberry before downloading them into Outlook. This means that for some of my downloaded e-mails I am losing the message that the writer has written to me (in effect rendering the e-mail useless).
Does anyone know why it is doing this and how I can stop it?