Any one who owns Firetrust Benign(B9) software will have problems receiving emails after SP2 installed. The repsonce from firetrust:
If you have Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) installed, then Microsoft advise they have a fix available, but you must contact them directly for the fix.
Owners have to call Microsoft and talk to tech support to download the KB884020 fix. You can not download from the websight. Microsoft emails a link and password to you . Once installed Firetrust B9 will work again.
For those of you wondering what Firetrust B9 is? It scans your email for harmfull stuff / tracking, before you read it in outlook/outlook express.
By Matt Hines
August 16, 2004, 6:59 AM PT
Microsoft has issued a list of nearly 50 software applications and games that may encounter problems with its Windows XP Service Pack 2 update.
In a document published in the "Knowledge Base" section of the company's Web site, Microsoft details the various issues that people may face when they install the SP2 package, which was released to PC manufacturers earlier this month. A range of applications are listed in the Microsoft report, including several of the software maker's own products, along with antivirus tools, Web server software and a handful of games.
Among the primary issues Microsoft highlights in the article are glitches related to the relationship between its Windows firewall system, which is automatically turned on as a security default by SP2, and many of the listed programs. According to the document, the updated firewall may prevent computers from properly connecting to outside networks, limiting systems' abilities to effectively receive data. Some of the problems caused by the update include issues with remote desktops, file sharing, e-mail notifications and online multiplayer games.