All e-mail sent to a network user goes into the Junk Mail Folder. Even internal network e-mails go to the Junk Mail folder. The users Outlook is connected to an internal Exchange Server 2003 Sp2. No other users have reported this error.
I have tried several things without result:
- Added desired senders to Safe Senders List; still goes into Junk Mail.
- Checked Blocked Senders list; no wildcards.
- Removed all Blocked Senders from the Blocked Senders list; still goes into Junk Mail.
- Turned OFF the Junk Mail Filter; still goes into Junk Mail.
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