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Outlook adding "spam:" to messages, how can I disable?

Outlook 2003 is adding "spam:" to messages, and I cant figure out how to turn it off, any ideas?

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devisor36
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sunray_2003Commented:
can you tell us in detail , what do you mean by adding spam to messages.

are you saying you are getting SPAM messages in your inbox. In that case , use the junk filter
Follow instructions here : http://www.microsoft.com/office/editions/prodinfo/junkmail.mspx

SR
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sunray_2003Commented:
devisor36,

Possibly because your SPAM filter is ON
Try to disable doing this and see if you are getting that message

1. Click on 'Tools' and then 'Options...'
2. On the 'Preferences' tab, in the 'Email' section, click the 'Junk E-Mail' button.
3. Here you can change the antispam filter settings.


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DrWarezzCommented:
I think what he means is that for all the emails that his anti-spam software suspects as being SPAM is adding "spam:" to the subject or message...

In which case, you should be able to figure out from Sunray_2003's previous post how to disable/alter the settings of your anti-spam software.

If still no luck:  Do you have an AV or a Firewall installed? Many of these nowadays have Anti-Spam enabled.

gL,
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sunray_2003Commented:
DrWarezz,

Thanks for the explanation. got it. once i re-read the question, i thought his spam filter is ON and that is why he is getting that message
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DrWarezzCommented:
;-)
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devisor36Author Commented:
Thanks guys/girls!
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sunray_2003Commented:
devisor36,

I am guy.. LOL !!

Next time please post questions concerned with Outlook in Outlook TA
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Applications/MS_Office/Outlook/

You are sure to see me there.. LOL
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