2 different situations, same issue - mail is going into the junk mail folder but we are using an outside spam filtering service so we don't want outlook / exchange to put mail in the junk mail folder.
On my mail account, I use POP and outlook 2010. Mail goes through a spam filtering service. Under junk mail settings in outlook, I have 'no automatic filtering'. There are NO blocked senders and no mail rules to put things in the junk mail filter.
I still get things into the junk mail box. From senders that I get in the inbox also (again showing that it's not a blocked sender issue) and even when junk mail in outlook is set to no automatic filtering.
And along the same way, but more important - on an SBS 2011 / Exchange 2010 server, how do I turn off all junk mail filtering in Exchange and outlook since the outside spam filter should be catching the spam / junk?
Is there a way to turn off junk mail in outlook via group policy so I don't have to touch every machine?