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Client Integration

May 29, 2010

The Client Integration window lists the supported email programs, or clients, that are installed on your computer and their associated address books. When you select an email program, Norton Internet Security adds a Norton AntiSpam drop-down list or a few options to the toolbar of the supported email program. You can use the Norton AntiSpam drop-down list or the options to classify the email messages as spam or legitimate.

You can also use these options to empty the spam folder and to open the Settings window to configure the Norton AntiSpam settings. If your email program does not have a Junk folder, it also adds a Norton AntiSpam folder in the folders area. You can use the Norton AntiSpam folder to sort and store spam messages. However, if your email client has a Norton AntiSpam folder from the previous version of Norton Internet Security, Norton AntiSpam uses the Norton AntiSpam folder and not the Junk folder.



Note:

Integration of Norton AntiSpam toolbar is not supported in Windows Mail in Windows Vista.
When you classify an email message as spam or legitimate, Norton AntiSpam lets you send the misclassified email message as feedback to Symantec. You can use the Feedback option to send the misclassified email message to Symantec for analysis.

You can also import into the Norton AntiSpam Allowed List, the list of addresses that are present in the supported email program. Norton AntiSpam automatically adds the new email addresses from the address book of your supported email program once in a day when your computer is idle. However, if you want to manually import addresses, use the Import option in the Allowed List window.

When you open your email client, the welcome screen appears. If you do not want the welcome screen to appear in the future, check the Don't show this again option before you click Close. Norton Internet Security notifies the successful integration of Norton AntiSpam with your email client.
Norton Internet Security supports Norton AntiSpam integration with the following email programs:
  • Microsoft Outlook 2002/2003/2007
  • Outlook Express 6.0 or later
  • Windows Mail in Windows Vista

    Norton Internet Security does not add any options to the Windows Mail toolbar. However, it identifies the spam email messages and moves them into the Junk folder or the Norton AntiSpam folder.

Note:

After successful integration, Outlook Express restarts automatically.
To configure Client Integration
  1. In the Norton Internet Security main window, in the Network pane, click Settings.
  2. Under AntiSpam, in the Client Integration row, click Configure.
  3. In the Client Integration window, check the programs with which you want Norton AntiSpam to integrate.
  4. Select one or more address books to be imported automatically into your Allowed List.
  5. Click OK to save the changes and close the Client Integration window.

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