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Tortoise svn is interferring with my email attachements

From: ASDF FDSA <dereksoccer_at_rogers.com>
Date: Mon, 17 May 2010 19:03:57 -0700 (PDT)

Whenever I try to add an attachment to an email, I get a notification that Tortiose SVN is trying to access the network and I am given the option to allow access or deny it. However, upon denying the program access I get the same message again, thus preventing me from getting any closer to the file I want to send. I deleted the whole Tortise SVN directory just so I could finish my work, but I want to use it again in the future, so how would I prevent it from interacting with my email programs? Or is there a way to have it only start up when I actually want to use it?

Oh, and I was using Novell Web Access to do the emails.

TL;DR: Tortoise SVN is trying to access the internet and/or my files when I try to attach a file to an email.


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Received on 2010-05-18 04:23:08 CEST

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