Outlook 2010 junk mail settings

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Hello. I have a very big problem, with Microsoft Outlook 2010, and the junk e-mail settings. When users are sending mails within our own domain, Outlook some times categorizes our own domain e-mails as junk and automatically moves them to the Junk Mail folder. When is just add our domain as trusted senders in the junk mail settings none of our domain e-mails is moved to the Junk Mail folder. I have about 1000 computers running with Outlook 2010, and i want an automatically deploy of our domain as an trusted sender. I've found this website http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/libr ... 79183.aspx where Microsoft describes how to setup trusted senders through the OCT tool. But the problem is when I follow the guide and saves the MSP file, and afterwards executes the file on an other computer, our own domain isn't created as a safe sender. In the OCT tool I have specified a network path to the TXT fie, where my domain is written in. I've now tried to run the MSP file on 5 different computers, but none of them imports the trusted senders file from the network. All the computers are connected to the same network. Can anybody help me?

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HI there ….

Try using Group Policy Objexts instead of manually running that files.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2252421

This will work if all your machines and login ID’s are in the same AD.

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