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Outlook 2010 junk email option

Posted on 2011-09-04
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Hi,

I have applied group policy for Outlook 2010 in Windows 2008 R2 DC. Only feature I want to apply to users is "Safe Senders List". Which is not getting effected to users but all other features like "Hide Junk Mail UI" and other feature included in the GP template works with no issue.
Look for a idea how I can diagnose / correct this.

best regards
Janaka Sampath
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by:SuperTaco
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Have you tried applying that to the computer side as well.  It sounds silly, but I had the same problem with the Office 2007 GPo's and had to do that.  Yay for poorly written ADM files.
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by:Brandix_Support
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I tried applying to computers also but still it is not affected.
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can somebody give solution to this?
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by:Brandix_Support
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Still no update on this issue. Will this get some answeres shortly.
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by:apache09
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If i understand correclty you want to apply a Group Policy for Safe Senders List in Junk Mail?

Here are instructions on doing so?
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2252421

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NOTE: you might have to adjust the patch for 2010 ie "Office\14.0"
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