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Kudos0

How to Remove [Norton Anti-Spam] from Valid Email

I have NIS 2009 on Windows XP SP3. My email client is Outlook 2002. When I tell NIS that an email it has flagged is not, in fact, spam, NIS does not remove [Norton Anti-Spam] from the Subject line.

If NIS can insert [Norton Anti-Spam] in the Subject, surely it can remove it as well? How do I tell NIS to remove [Norton Anti-Spam]? Thanks for your help.

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Kudos0

Re: How to Remove [Norton Anti-Spam] from Valid Email

I have NIS 2009 on Windows XP SP3. My email client is Outlook 2002. When I tell NIS that an email it has flagged is not, in fact, spam, NIS does not remove [Norton Anti-Spam] from the Subject line.

If NIS can insert [Norton Anti-Spam] in the Subject, surely it can remove it as well? How do I tell NIS to remove [Norton Anti-Spam]? Thanks for your help.

Kudos0

Re: How to Remove [Norton Anti-Spam] from Valid Email

That feature is not available in the current release but has been brought to the attention the Norton Email programmers and management.  Hopefully, this will be corrected soon.
Win10 x64; Proud graduate of GeeksToGo
Kudos0

Re: How to Remove [Norton Anti-Spam] from Valid Email

I'm glad it's been brought to the attention of the developers.

Having [Norton Anti-Spam] showing on valid e-mail is rediculous, but it's not a deal killer. I'm sticking with NIS.

Kudos0

Re: How to Remove [Norton Anti-Spam] from Valid Email


Bulldoggy wrote:

I'm glad it's been brought to the attention of the developers.

Having [Norton Anti-Spam] showing on valid e-mail is rediculous, but it's not a deal killer. I'm sticking with NIS.


I totally agree. For now you just ahev to remove it manualy

"All that we are is the result of what we have thought"
Kudos0

Re: How to Remove [Norton Anti-Spam] from Valid Email

Hi Bulldoggy

Its a good suggestion.

If you feel certian Clean Emails are wrongly classified as Spam,

Then mark the Email as 'Not Spam' and add the Senders's Address to the Allowed List. So for the next time, this Sender's Email will land up in the Inbox Folder without [Norton Antispam] tag in the Subject line 

Thanks

Kavitha

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