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Exchange 2007 - Spam/Junk Rules

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Hi Experts,

At the moment we have a user who uses Outlook 2011 with 1000's of email junk block lists which we want to export out and import onto the users exchange mailbox so that the rule is used regardless of what device they use.

Is this possible and how?

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introlux
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Hi,

We have a long list which we want it to apply onto one mailbox rather than every user. How is this possible? cannot afford to be entering this one by one as it will take forever to complete this task. Any help will be appreciated.

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introlux
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This is Exchange 2007
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