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Email is moved to Junk folder - which component is moving it and how do I exclude an email?

Email is moved to Junk folder - which component is moving it and how do I exclude an email?

Email is moved to Junk folder - which component is moving it and how do I exclude an email?

(OP)
Hi,

an important email is moved to the Junk folder of a mailbox. I do have black listing enabled but I do not think it is that component that moves a specific mail to the Junk folder.

1. what process is moving it?

2. how can I exclude a specific sender?

Thanks

RE: Email is moved to Junk folder - which component is moving it and how do I exclude an email?

Transport is moving it.
Depends which issue it is falling foul of really. check the message tracking logs.

RE: Email is moved to Junk folder - which component is moving it and how do I exclude an email?

That's normally going to be the content filter on the server tagging it with a certain SCL and then your Outlook (or server-side per-mailbox settions) determining whether it should go in the Outlook junk box.

get-mailbox username | fl *junk*

Dave Shackelford
ThirdTier.net
TrainSignal.com

RE: Email is moved to Junk folder - which component is moving it and how do I exclude an email?

(OP)
What does this output mean, that junk-filter is not enabled:

[PS] C:\Windows\system32>get-mailbox webmaster | fl *junk*


SCLJunkThreshold :
SCLJunkEnabled :

RE: Email is moved to Junk folder - which component is moving it and how do I exclude an email?

It means that it's up to the local user whether it's enabled. If you wanted to enable it you could use 'set-mailbox mrbean -scljunkenabled $true -sclujunkthreshold 6'

Sometimes I do this en masse to configure company-wide junk settings, or to tweak the settings for VIPs who wants more/less stuff in junk than everyone else.

Dave Shackelford
ThirdTier.net
TrainSignal.com

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