11-06-2011 03:45 AM
In my inbox I usually find several emails where the phrase "[Norton AntiSpam]" appears to have been added to the email sender's message. If this addition is performed by the software code in Norton 360 I would like to propose a small change which should be welcomed by Users. I would like to be able to preset the preferred action the for the software to perform - specifically, I would like Norton 360 to move email tagged [Norton AntiSpam] directly to my "Junk e-mail folder" without requiring my interaction.
11-06-2011 04:54 AM
What email client are you using? Norton 360 allows for possible integration with a number of the main email clients and I have always assume that that was intended to do just what you want. Though as I do not use it I could be wrong.
To find these controls and see what clients it can integrate with open Norton 360: Settings: Anti Spam, and then select Client integration.
I hope that helps. Let us know if it does or not.
11-06-2011 09:18 AM
Andmike is right; the final step may have to be performed in your email client itself: go to the settings where you can tell your particular email client to do specific things with incoming messages meeting certain criteria, and tell it to put all messages whose subject line contains "[Norton AntiSpam]" in your spam folder.
11-06-2011 02:06 PM
Thanks for your assistance. My email client is Windows Live Mail. I do not have Outlook or Outlook Express on my desktop. I think, therefore, that Norton 360 does not integrate with my email client. Your suggestion to configure the email client to move email containing "Norton AntiSpam" phrase into the Spam or Junk folder seems to be my best solution for now; however, I'd still like to see Norton 360 modified so that it integrates with Windows Mail. Does anyone have experience in getting Norton 360 to integrate with other email clients - such as g-mail?