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Automatically send mail with subject containing spam to junk mail folder

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Is there a way in exchange at the server level to detect the word spam in the email subject and have that email automatically consigned to the Junk Mail Folder for each individual user. I need to do this in Exchange 2003 , 2007, 2010.

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Md. Mojahid earned 500 total points
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you can use tranport rules.
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Use a transport rule to set the SCL value to 9. That will tell Outlook to put it in the junk email folder.

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