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  1. Maybe you didn't understand what I'm using and that is Outlook. The email that ends up in my junk folder made it past the google spam filter. I don't want a way to trick the filter from working, I just want a way to stop it from doing anything. I just don't know the proper thing to do to stop it via the program itself and doubt anyone on here will know, oh well . . .
  2. I give up. I am running Outlook 2010 and I have 5 different domains email accounts hosted by google. They do very good junk email blocking, that I cannot turn off, so I DO NOT NEED any filtering locally whatsoever. I have "No Automatic Filtering" selected in Options, but it will not stop. I get probably 5% of my emails ending up in that goofy Junk folder. Please someone, help me stop filtering all together. I did find a website that had a registry entry "DisableAntiSpam", but it does not work. Please there must be a way. I sometimes forget to check the junk folder to move the emails out and end up with 10 or 20 emails (that I needed sooner) in there. I have re-installed Office and verified updates, but this version of Outlook appears to have a life of its own, HELP Jerry in KC
  3. I have tried other Forums and no one seems to have a fix for this, but I just keep on trying. I am having an issue with the “Junk” filter in Microsoft Office Outlook 2010. I am unable to stop some email from being filtered and moved to the “Junk” filter. My mail is filtered prior to my getting it, so I WANT IT COMPLETELY OFF! I went to the Junk drop down on the Home menu bar and selected Junk E-mail Options. I click on the lowest setting being . . . No Automatic Filtering. Mail from blocked senders is still moved to the Junk E-mail Folder. And I have no one listed in the Block Senders list, so that should mean, nothing is filtered. But, a small portion of my e-mail still ends up there. Ahhh – I and can’t stop it.
  4. Your groovyPost Daily Email update for today was screenshots for adding an additional mailbox in Outlook 2010. Being an IT worker, I consider myself above average on understanding Outlook issues. I have been using 2010 for a few months and I love it, but I have never added an additional mailbox to a specific Email account. I do have three different Email accounts running on one screen/mailbox and .pst file. When I follow your screenshots, I highlight the account and click change, but I am taken to a screen that says "Internet Email Settings". I selected manual entry of info when I created this account, so maybe that changes the whole process. There is a button that says "more settings", but it goes to something totally different than your screenshots. My accounts are set-up for POP3 type email and your screenshots have Exchange on them, so possibly the precess changes when using an Exchange server. Maybe you could provide this same lesson for POP3, probably the majority of your readers are using POP3 anyway. Also you didn't really explain the purpose of adding the additional mailbox? Does it create a seperate .pst file? And how would you direct specific email to each different mailbox. Remeber the email is coming into one account. Would "rules" be set-up to guide specific email to the correct mailbox, etc . . . thanks JD KC