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Exchange 2010 - Junk Mail Filter

I have a 2007 Outlook client which connects to an Exchange 2010 server.  The Outlook client is filtering "known good" email to the junk mail folder automatically even though we have turned off automatic filtering.  How do I configure the Exchange Server to allow all "@testemail.com" Emails to be delivered to the user's inbox?  

We are running Puremessage and not running Forefront.

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We need to establish which software is moving the message beforr fixing it. Double check if junkmail filtering is definately off on outlook. Then id suspect puremessage before exchange.
Do you know how to add to the whitelist in puremessage?
It is the same as for exchange 2007:
Set-ContentFilterConfig -BypassedSenderDomains somedomain.com,someotherdomain.com

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