how do i tell outlook 2010 not to put @abc.com into junk

Posted on 2011-04-22
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im currently migrating over from groupwise to exchange / outlook 2010. for some reason, my internal mails (@domain.com) ae going into my junk folder. how can i have it so that i tell outlook or exchagne not to do so. i need all emails from this domain to show up in my inbox.
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engeltje earned 2000 total points
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Oultlook 2010 has a function for that.
On one of those mails, right click, go to the menu for unwanted e-mail
Here you can tell to never block the domain of this e-mail.
All mail comming from this domain is now marked as safe and gets through.

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