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Junk E-Mail still getting through even when level set to High

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My Office Outlook 2003 Junk E-Mail is set to "High" but no junk email is being sent to the folder.  Any ideas?

Scott
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Greetings, StoneyJ50 !

Go to www.officeupdate.com and check for updates. There is an update for the Outlook Junk E-mail Filter, and with the update it works well.

Best wishes!
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StoneyJ50,

The office update site can be found here
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/officeupdate/default.aspx

Click "Check for udpates" from the left panel.
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That fixed it, thanks.
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