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How do I remove an e-mail address from my "junk" e-mail filter

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I accidentally listed an e-mail address as a junk e-mail address - when it is not. How can I remove it from this list? I am using outlook XP (2002).
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Try this:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q286049

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Add or remove an e-mail address from the list of unwanted e-mail senders
1 Click Inbox .

2 Click Organize .

3 Click Junk E-mail.

4 Click the options link.

5 To change the commercial e-mailers list, click Edit Junk Senders.

6 To change the adult content senders list, click Edit Adult Content Senders.

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Thanks - That is great!!!
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