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Kudos0

Keep Anti-spam but delete Toolbar from Outlook

How do I keep the anti-spam function working in Outlook, but not show the Norton toolbar?  Can I do that?

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Kudos0

Re: Keep Anti-spam but delete Toolbar from Outlook

How do I keep the anti-spam function working in Outlook, but not show the Norton toolbar?  Can I do that?

Kudos0

Re: Keep Anti-spam but delete Toolbar from Outlook

Welcome,
Need a bit more information. Operating system? version of Outlook? version of 360 that is running?

Thanks

Dick Win 10x64 current current NSBU
Kudos0

Re: Keep Anti-spam but delete Toolbar from Outlook

I have an HP ProBook 4535s running Windows 7 and MS Office 2007.  I am using Norton 360 V 20.1.1.2.


dickevans wrote:

Welcome,
Need a bit more information. Operating system? version of Outlook? version of 360 that is running?

Thanks


Kudos0

Re: Keep Anti-spam but delete Toolbar from Outlook

Hi,

I can't reporduce the problem so I'm at a loss as to how to correct it.

Sorry

Dick Win 10x64 current current NSBU
Kudos0

Re: Keep Anti-spam but delete Toolbar from Outlook

Hi e6sky,

If what you require is to have Norton Antispam carrying on with its spam detection and just have the toolbar alone invisible, then you can do it by:

1. Right-clicking on Toolbar pane on Outlook and unchecking the Norton Toolabr option.

    (or)

2. Go to 'View' Menu in Outlook >> 'Toolbars' >> Uncheck the Norton Toolbar Option. 

You can always re-enable the toolbar, the same way when required.

Thanks!

Kudos1 Stats

Re: Keep Anti-spam but delete Toolbar from Outlook

That is what I had been doing. It would work for that session, but every time I opened Outlook after that, the Norton tool bar loaded again!  Evidently other Outlook users have had the same problem because when I went to the Microsoft Support website for Outlook  the same question had been asked several times, and no solution was presented.

I should have come to YOU guys first!  ;-)

Anyway, I finally got rid of the Norton tool bar when I again did the 'View' Menu in Outlook >> 'Toolbars' >>  and INSTEAD of unchecking the box, I chose the Delete option.

NOW  what I need to confirm is that I  ONLY got rid of the toolbar, and did NOT ALSO stop the Anti-spam scan from running.

Thank you for your help!

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