Microsoft Outlook 2007: How to configure the Junk e-mail settings on Windows 7?
The junk e-mail filter settings in the Microsoft Outlook 2007 application helps to keep your mailbox safe. If the default settings are still enabled in the same on your Windows 7 PC or you want to customize the settings to suit your preference and requirements, here are the steps mentioned that you can use to complete the task. The steps are simple and you should be able to apply them conveniently, even if you are a novice user. Are you ready to start them yet?
The easy step solution to the issue is as:
1. Open Microsoft Outlook 2007.
2. Choose “Tools and the select “Options, and then click the “Junk E-Mail button on the “Preferences tab to open the “Junk E-Mail Options dialog box.
3. Click the “Safe Senders tab and then click “Add and enter the e-mail address or domain of the sender that you want Microsoft Outlook 2007 to deliver to your Inbox, regardless of content or subject.
4. Click “OK, and then repeat this for each sender you want to add.
5. On the “Safe Senders tab, select the “Also Trust E-Mail From My Contacts check box if you want Microsoft Outlook 2007 to always accept e-mail from senders in your Contacts folder, regardless of content or subject. You can also choose to select the “Automatically Add People I E-Mail To The Safe Senders List check box.
6. Click on the “Safe Recipients tab, and add the target addresses or domains for which Microsoft Outlook 2007 should allow messages (used typically to accept e-mail sent to a mailing list).
7. Click the “Blocked Senders tab, and add the addresses or domains of junk e-mail senders whose messages you want Microsoft Outlook 2007 to explicitly block.
8. Click the “International tab, and select the top-level domains and types of language encoding that Microsoft Outlook 2007 should always block.
9. Click “OK to apply the filter changes.
10. Click “OK to close the Junk Email Options dialog box, and then click “OK again.
Wasn’t that pretty simple? Keep the steps handy and refer to them as and when you may require changing the junk e-mail settings in your Microsoft Outlook 2007 application on your Windows 7 PC.
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