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Through Outlook Web Access is there a way to improve the performance of the Junk E-mail filter?  When I am in the office, connected to the server, and using Outlook 2003, the filter works great.  However, when I am on the road with my laptop and go into OWA, the junk e-mail is all over my inbox.  Is there an update for Exchange and OWA to improve the performance?  Is there a way to set the settings differently?

Thank you!

Dave
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Are you using IMF on the Exchange server?
Most of the Junk Mail filtering is done by the Outlook client - there is very little that you can do with OWA. OWA is what you see is what you get.

If you aren't using IMF then you are relying on the built in junk mail filter which is part of Outlook, not OWA or Exchange.

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