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Hi,

We have a strange problem. One of the user is recieving all the external mails in the Junk Mails folder in outlook. We have cleaned rules,Set the spam filter to low. Does anyone has any idea.
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First step would be to shutdown outlook and send him some emails externally.  

Then log in with OWA to see if the mails are still redirected.  This way you'll know if it is outlook or Exchange doing it.  
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Check Junk Mail options in Outlook and make sure it's not set to Safe Senders only.
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