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    Export to email problem

    Each time I use the export to email option in LR4 and send an email, my ISP (Comcast) sends me a nasty notification that my PC is infected with a bot (only happens when sendind via LR - so it's confirmed that this is what they're interpreting as a bot).

    Is there any way to rectify or get around this?

    Ivan

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    Hmmmmm, can you post the content of the notification to see if it offers any clues?
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    Comcast is over zealous in rejecting email as spam. I used to have a mail server with the domain of 'clee.org'. A lot of my friends on Comcast would not get my mail because Comcast kept putting that domain in their 'black hat' list. My ISP would contact them to get it removed only to have it reappear in a few weeks.
    So, it does not surprise me that Comcast Is flagging your LR mail client as a SPAMbot. Contact Comcast and request that they fix their SPAM filtering software. Also report the problem as a bug at Adobe using the link at the top of the page.

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