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Is there a way to tell if an email was delivered to the junk mail folder in Outlook or manually moved there?

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Is there a way to tell if an email was delivered to the junk mail folder in Outlook 2003 or manually moved there by the user?  Outlook 2003 and Exchange Server 2003.  Thank You
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Sorry, no real easy way to do this.  

You might try journalling to track the message,  you should be able to track it on the server side to see what folder it is in, then if you see it change folder locations a day or 2 later, that would tell you the user moved it.

No internal email should be touched by the junk filter unless the user set your address as junk.
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You could try sending an identical message from the same address and observing the result?
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