BullGuard uses an “Email Monitoring Service” in order to scan your messages and filter the spam. This service is hosted by a Windows process called svchost.exe – the Generic Host Process for Win32 Services – and this is the executable file which will need Internet access to send or retrieve your messages. Thus, on most occasions, you will not find an entry for your email client among BullGuard’s Firewall Rules.
Try this ->
Solution 1. Open BullGuard and go to the Firewall section > Overview tab. 2. Select the Advanced user level and go to the Profiles tab. 3. Double click the “Custom Security” profile and select the Application Rules tab from the window that appears. 4. Locate all the instances of “Generic Host Process for Win32 Services” allow Internet access for each of them. 5. Click OK in order to confirm the changes and close BullGuard’s console.
I had the same problem and de!!!!e several requests for help the matter remained unresolved. I also did what you were advised and it did not cure the situation. In the end I disabled the SPAM filter and now everything comes through super fast.
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