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Address Book Exclusions list

May 29, 2010

When you add an email address to the Address Book Exclusions list, Norton AntiSpam does not import the address into the Allowed List. If you delete an email address from the Allowed List, Norton AntiSpam automatically adds the address to the Address Book Exclusions list. However, when you delete an email address that you manually added to the Allowed List, Norton AntiSpam does not add the address to the Address Book Exclusions list.

You cannot add a domain name to the Address Book Exclusions list. When you delete a domain name from the Allowed List, Norton AntiSpam does not add the domain name to the Address Book Exclusions list.



Note:

You can specify Address Book Exclusions before you import the address book. Add to the Address Book Exclusions list all email addresses that you do not want to import from the address book into the Allowed List.
To add entries to the Address Book Exclusions list
  1. In the Norton Internet Security main window, in the Network pane, click Settings.
  2. Under AntiSpam, in the Address Book Exclusions row, click Configure.
  3. In the Address Book Exclusions window, click Add.
  4. In the Add Email Address dialog box, type the email address.

    Optionally, type the name that corresponds to the email address for easy identification.
  5. Click OK to close the Add Email Address dialog box.
  6. Click OK to save and close the Address Book Exclusions window.
To edit or delete entries in the Address Book Exclusions list
  1. In the Norton Internet Security main window, in the Network pane, click Settings.
  2. Under AntiSpam, in the Address Book Exclusions row, click Configure.
  3. In the Address Book Exclusions window, select the item with which you want to work.
  4. Do one of the following:
    • To edit an entry, click Edit to open the Edit Email Address window, edit the details, and then click OK.
    • To delete an entry, click Remove.
  5. Click OK to save and close the Address Book Exclusions window.

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