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outlook 2003, junk  mail filter

Posted on 2006-11-27
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I have a certain user that is having email from another  using going straight to the junk mail folder. I had this person move that mail from the junk mail folder to the inbox, with no luck. How do I fix this so the email does not go into the junk mail folder
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Right-click the email, click the Junk Mail item on the context-sensitive menu that appears, and choose
Add Sender to Safe Sender List
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Hi shankshank,
Right click on the message
select junk mail
add sender to safe list

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Or you can choose "Mark as not Junk" and it'll move it to your inbox...
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