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internal domain email going to Junk mail folder in Outlook

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I use Outlook 2007 and I have at least 1 email address from my own domain going into my Junk Folder. I don't believe that Outlook should be checking email from our own domain, but not sure if it is typical. I just don't want to have to whitelist my domain on every instance of Outlook. Any thoughts?
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by:mittermueller
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Are you sure it was sent from within the domain (addresses could be faked easily)?
Just check the header.
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The first thing to do is checking the email header. If it's truly sent from your company, you may try go to the Junk E-mail Folder, right click on the received e-mail, go to Junk E-mail and add it to the Safe Senders List. It should not happen again in the future.
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Thanks for the help. As it turns out I went off what I was told and didn't have the complete picture. It actually was an external email address, so adding it to the Safe Sender list did the trick. Thanks.
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