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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...
My outlook 2007 receiving time is always lesser than the received file's sent time. Why is that?
Can I change the settings to ask me if I really want to shut down my email when I hit the X?