Working with Outlook’s Junk E-mail Feature

Learn about working with Outlook’s Junk E-mail Feature, including utilizing the various options as well as marking e-mail messages as Not Junk.,

The Outlook Junk E-mail Filter doesn’t stop delivery of junk e-mail messages; it moves the suspected spam to the Junk E-mail folder.  By default, the junk e-mail filter is turned on and the protection level is set to No Automatic Filtering.  While the Junk E-mail Filter checks your incoming messages automatically, Junk E-mail Filer Lists let you control what is considered spam.  You can add names, e-mail addresses and domains to these lists so that the filter doesn’t check messages from sources you trust, and blocks messages that arrive from specific e-mail address and domains you don’t know or trust.  Below are the step by step instructions for working with Outlook’s Junk E-mail Filter, including using the various options and removing messages from the junk filter. Continue reading “Working with Outlook’s Junk E-mail Feature”