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I use Microsoft Outlook with Windows 7. Whenever I open my mail most of messages go to Junk e-mail. Even mail from my own office to my home (from where I'm sending this assistance request) goes to Junk, although I define my office's address as 'always trust' over and over again. I've just installed Office 2010 instead of 2007 and removed the 2007 one, but it didn't help. I emptied akmost all my mailbox but it didn't help either. What else can I do?

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Put the user in the allow list/safe sender list. Open the mail since you are using office 2010, open the junk option drop and select the junk mail options, safe senders list and add the user to the safe sender list. This will make the mail never to go to the junk box again.

Posted on Jul 07, 2010

  • hasson1 Jul 08, 2010

    Thank you Nicarta, but putting sender's name in the 'safe senders' list was the first thing I did. It is still there and his mail (and all others') is thrown to junk.

    What else?



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    Hasson1

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For that go tools menu->option in outlook express then disable junk mail for particular email address so it not recognize it as junk mail.
If it has still issue then delete yourt email account from outlook and configure again your email account then check.
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Posted on Jul 06, 2010

  • hasson1 Jul 06, 2010

    Thank you for your response, but I don't use Outlook Express. I use Microsoft Outlook.



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