Moving spam within Outlook

  wee eddie 11:04 17 May 06

Most of the spam I get is automatically placed in the Norton Anti Spam Folder.

However the occasional one comes to the In-box. When I click "This is Spam" I get a wee box saying

"A program is trying to access e-mail addresses you have stored in Outlook. Do you want to allow this" "If this is unexpected it could be a Virus and you should choose No"

Allow access for (1 minute) Yes. No.

If I click No. I have to do so, twice.

Norton's Help file is mildly ambiguous to the uninitiated.

Should I be allowing access for say 1 minute or what?

  wee eddie 16:41 12 Jun 06


  Woolwell 16:46 12 Jun 06

I haven't got Norton but I binned McAfee as I found that the built in spam filter in Outlook was just as good and automatically moved most spam into the junk e-mail box. Setting up a few rules has catered for most of the rest. I have seen Norton in action and I am not sure that I would bother with it too.

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