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i have computer in my company with win 2000 and in the outlook 2000 i dont have junk mail folder ,and all the junk come to inbox so how i restore or creat this junk mail folder?
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I wish I had a 2000 box to look at for you.  Do you have the junk mail option turned on?  If not, set it up ....

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/195398


If that doesn't work, do it with rules...

http://www.wurd.com/cl_email_outlook_spam.php





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Hello buildingit,

How to filter Junk Email in Outlook 2000
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/195398

Hope this helps!
war1
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but i didnot have the junk mail folder
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You need to turn on Junk Mail Filter to see the Junk folder.
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how i turn it on in outlook 2000
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I posted this earlier:

How to filter Junk Email in Outlook 2000
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/195398
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but undet tools>orginaize i dont have junk mail like the article said
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If you do not have Junk mail option in your version of Outlook, then you have to use rules to move emails to Deleted Items folder.
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Buildingit,

Everything stated thus far was posted in my first response.  If you don't have the Junk Mail folder, turn it on by following the first link I posted and the one that War1 repeated.  

To Automatically Move or Delete Messages Based on Content
1. From the Inbox folder, on the Tools menu, click Organize.
2. Click Junk E-Mail.
3. In the Automatically action Junk messages list, click to select Move, click to select the destination folder from the list, and then click Turn On.
4. In the Automatically action Adult messages list, click to select Move, click to select the destination folder from the list, and then click Turn On.


If you can't get that to work, then use rules to move them as described in the second link in my first post!!
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thank you i use your article to filter junk e-mail with outlook 2000/2002 but if i want to do the same but in outlook 2003 it is the same or somthing alse?
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Pretty much.

Here is a youtube video showing you how to set your options..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uvXGSOJG2ls

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