Change The Level Of Spam Filter For Outlook 2010 In Windows 7

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I’m looking for a way to change the level of spam filter for Outlook 2010. Is it possible? Then how do I do it?

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Change The Level Of Spam Filter For Outlook 2010 In Windows 7

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Spam filters are used to make sure that no unwanted email reaches your inbox. To change the level of junk email in your Outlook 2010, follow these steps

1. Go to mail, on the home tab, in the delete group

2. Click junk, click on Junk E-mail options.

3. In the options tab, there are four options, No automatic filtering, and low, high and safe lists only.

4. You can also have the option to permanently delete these spam messages

5. Choose any of the levels you want, and the effects will take place.

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Change The Level Of Spam Filter For Outlook 2010 In Windows 7

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If you are using Microsoft Office Outlook as your email client and you want to change the level of protection for your spam filter, here’s how it is done. This applies to Microsoft Office Outlook 2010 and higher. In Microsoft Office Outlook, go to “Home” then under “Delete” group, click “Junk” then “Junk E-mail Options”. After this, select the level of protection you want.

You can set the protection level from No Automatic Filtering, Low, High, up to Safe Lists Only. With “No Automatic Filtering”, the automatic Junk Email Filter is turned off but messages are still evaluated by using the email addresses and domain names in the Blocked Senders List. With “Low”, you can set the protection to this level when you are not receiving too many junk mails.

With “High”, this level is best if you receive too many junk mails but you don’t want to limit messages from senders on your safe lists. With “Safe Lists Only”, this is the most restrictive option. When you set the protection to this level, any messages that are not from someone on your Safe Senders List or Safe Recipients List is classified as junk.

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