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Junk email filtering . . . ahhhhhh!


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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

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There is an easy way for this. But it needs some work with every email you find in the spam box from Google, that you dont want there.

 

Short way:

- Mark the mail in the Gmail spam box, and click the option "Not Spam".

 

Long way:

1- In you Gmail go to Settings;

2- Click on the tab thats called "Filters";

3- Click on "Make new filter;

4- Fill in the blanks, the ones that matter. If mails from people contantly appear in the spam folder, then fill in there email adress. That should be it;

5- Click the "Test Search" button and see if it works. You can place the mails you are trying to filter, back to the spam folder, just to try this step;

6- Click "Next Step";

7- Mark the empty box before "Never send to Spam" and mark the box before "Also apply filter to..." If there showed up extra conversations in the window below.

 

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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 . . .

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