How to disable Junk Mail Filter in Microsoft Outlook 2010 on Windows 7?
The Junk e-mail filtering program in Microsoft Outlook 2010 automatically sends any kind of suspicious e-mail to its Junk folder to keep your Inbox secure from spammers and hackers. However, sometimes, it may send e-mails from non-junk senders also to your Junk folder. That’s why it is important to disable Junk Mail Filter.
In this article we will tell you how to disable Junk Mail filter in Microsoft Outlook 2010 on a Windows 7-based PC
1. Open ‘Microsoft Office Outlook 2010’.
2. Click on the ‘Home’ Tab.
3. Under the ‘Delete’ Section, click on the Junk Button, and then select ‘Junk Email Options’.
4. In the ‘Options’ Tab, Select ‘No Automatic Filtering’ radio button.
5. Click ‘OK’ and then close the Microsoft Office Outlook Window.
See in just five simple steps, you can easily disable the program and prevent missing e-mails from non-junk senders.
Understanding how even a single mail can hamper your productivity, we have below provided a step-by-step video solution to disable Junk Mail Filter in Microsoft Outlook 2010.
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