Outlook 2002/XP - Spam Filtering Configuration

Outlook 2002/XP Spam Filtering Configuration

If you are using Outlook 2002/XP, you can set up spam filtering to keep your inbox organized and free from unwanted emails. Follow these steps:

  1. Create a Spam Folder: In Outlook 2002/XP, start by creating a new folder at the top level and name it "Spam." This is where emails identified as spam will be stored.
  2. Create a New Folder
  3. Set Up a Rule: Next, create a new rule by clicking "Tools" in the main menu, then select "Rule Wizard" and click "New."
  4. Set Up a Rule
  5. Create a Rule from a Template: Choose "Start creating a rule from a template" and select "Move message based on content." Under "Rule Description," click the "specific words" link.
  6. Create a Rule from a Template
  7. Add Rule Words: Add two rule options for "{Spam?}" and "{Definitely Spam?}".
  8. Add Rule Words
  9. Select the Spam Folder: Under "Rule Description," click the "specified" folder link and choose the "Spam" folder that you created earlier.
  10. Select the Spam Folder
  11. Finish and Customize: Click "Finish." You can also customize this rule to check only the Subject field and not both the Subject and Body.
  12. Finish Rule Setup

That's it! You have successfully configured spam filtering for Outlook 2002/XP.

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