Spam mail

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Mail' started by George Fellner, May 25, 2010.

  1. A number of incoming messages go into spam even though the senders address
    and domain are in my address book. How can I correct that?
     
    George Fellner, May 25, 2010
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  2. George Fellner

    Bruce Hagen Guest

    Being in the address book means nothing. Is this the Junk folder? Check
    your message rules and blocked senders. If you have a spam program and a
    spam folder, then you will have to hunt down the reason.
    --
    Bruce Hagen
    MS-MVP [Mail]
    Imperial Beach, CA


    "George Fellner" <> wrote in
    message news:...
    >A number of incoming messages go into spam even though the senders
    >address
    > and domain are in my address book. How can I correct that?
     
    Bruce Hagen, May 25, 2010
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  3. The Blocked Senders list overrides everything else, so be sure you haven't
    inadvertently added them to the Blocked Senders list.

    Incidentally, Windows Mail by default doesn't have a 'spam' folder;
    it does have a 'Junk E-mail' folder. Accurate terminology is important
    because the presence of an actual 'Spam' folder would indicate
    integration with a third party anti-spam program, which requires
    a different resolution.

    --
    Gary VanderMolen, Microsoft MVP (Mail)
    Microsoft MVP program: http://mvp.support.microsoft.com


    "George Fellner" <> wrote in message news:...
    >A number of incoming messages go into spam even though the senders address
    > and domain are in my address book. How can I correct that?
     
    Gary VanderMolen [MVP], May 25, 2010
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  4. George Fellner

    Guest

    On 5/26/2010 5:05 AM, George Fellner wrote:
    > A number of incoming messages go into spam even though the senders address
    > and domain are in my address book. How can I correct that?



    You can set a filter for it.
     
    , May 26, 2010
    #4
  5. No, that won't work. The included Junk filter in Windows Mail takes precedence over custom filter rules.

    --
    Gary VanderMolen, Microsoft MVP (Mail)
    Microsoft MVP program: http://mvp.support.microsoft.com


    <> wrote in message news:OFN0kXG$...
    > On 5/26/2010 5:05 AM, George Fellner wrote:
    >> A number of incoming messages go into spam even though the senders address
    >> and domain are in my address book. How can I correct that?

    >
    >
    > You can set a filter for it.
     
    Gary VanderMolen [MVP], May 26, 2010
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