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SPAM in a can.
It is a tasty (?) substitute for meat. But it is not real meat. Likewise, Junk E-mail (also known as Spam – not from a can), is not real e-mail.
Outlook has a helpful feature that will move suspect Spam e-mail messages into the Junk E-mail folder. The following will increase the likelihood of an email getting moved to your Junk E-Mail folder:
- No subject, Blank sender
- Blank recipients (BCC: with no address in the To: field)
- Suspect sender domain
- The message body is only a link
You can flag messages that are not marked as Spam by right clicking on them in your Outlook Inbox, selecting Junk E-mail, followed by Block Sender. Alternatively, if a legitimate e-mail gets flagged as Spam, you can right click on the E-mail message, select Junk E-mail, followed by Never Block Sender.
Visit Microsoft’s help site for more information on Outlook Junk E-mail filtering.