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.
For ur post:
http://www.groovypost.com/howto/microso ... ny-folder/
This is the very and super tip on Outlook....thanks for posting this tip....and also thanks 4 Groovypost.
but please resolve my issue....
I have pop and imap server (My mail server is using PostFix)
And the client is Outlook 2003.....
Please tell me the procedure for recovery deleted email( whether it is accidentally or delete permanently ) from outlook 2003 client and server is postfix(Linux operation system and Pop3 and imap)
Thanks in Advance
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