I am still holding out hope that a fix will be released sooner rather than later for my existing Office 365 2016 installs currently using Norton's.
The main reason I purchased this program 3 weeks ago was because of the anti-spam capabilities with outlook. Looks like i'll be asking for a refund in a week or so if they don't get it fixed.
I'm sick of this nonsense, and I'm sure I'm not the only one. I remember last time I contacted Norton Support they insisted they were still offering email support by virtue of the anti-virus element - but these days the product clearly states it is an anti-spam product when you install it.
Oh, and "The team has started working on this issue"? The main reason I spent money on Norton, rather than use the free alternative in Windows 10 was the anti-spam element that you don't get with Windows 10 - but it now appears Norton have made the same mistake as they have done previously. I have installed Kaspersky Total Security on several new PCs using Office 365 2016 and the Spam filters seem to be working well and the "This is Spam" and "This is Not Spam" buttons come up on the ribbon automatically and have worked flawlessly so far.
I really wonder what Symantec / Norton / Veritas is doing.
Norton is currently working on this issue to solve it.Can Outlook 2016 be set up to do the filtering if necessary until Norton can get this issue fixed? Have any of you had any issues with Norton not being able to protect your computer from Malware? You shouldn't need any such information from us, since you haven't got the Antispam feature functioning with Office 2016 at all.That's what this thread is about - the abject failure of Norton to have their security products fully compatible and functional with Office 2016 BEFORE Microsoft released it.Floplot is not a Norton employee - not according to his/her profile.At best s/he is one of the many Norton apologists who haunt these forums.
I'm sorry, but I don't know if it will be fixed in a week's time.