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Gerryex

join:2006-05-19
Land O Lakes, FL

E-mail settings

Some of my e-mails come through with "Probably Spam" added to the subject and I doubt that its Norton Internet Security that I have running doing it. So I assume that somewhere Verizon is doing it. However most of these messages are NOT spam! Is there a setting somewhere in the Verizon e-mail to set a white list of addresses that are explicitly OK. If so can someone describe to me how to get to this setting.

Thanks,
Gerry

PJL

join:2008-07-24
Long Beach, CA
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Verizon does not do this. It is either your e-mail client or your security suite. My client, for example, moves messages it thinks are junk email to a junk email folder. If the message was moved in error, I can add the sender to a safe sender list and subsequent messages are not moved.

guppy_fish
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join:2003-12-09
Lakeland, FL
kudos:3
reply to Gerryex
Its your Norton for sure, its a feature of the security suite to tag the subject line to flag a suspicious email

Gerryex

join:2006-05-19
Land O Lakes, FL
said by guppy_fish:

Its your Norton for sure, its a feature of the security suite to tag the subject line to flag a suspicious email

Hi guppy_fish and PJL (again!),

(I haven't check on this section of the forum in a while so I'm late in replying to you both!)

What you both are saying makes sense and I know Norton has a White List so I'll put that address in the White List and ask them to send me a test e-mail and we'll see what happens.

Thanks again,
Gerry

tnsprin

join:2003-07-23
Bradenton, FL
kudos:1

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reply to Gerryex
IF you use the recommended SSl ports for e-mail, then it is not Norton but likely your email client.