Not possible. Every contact comes from a different person.
I can identify the incoming email by the subject line. I set rules so that
when these forms come in, with the designated subject line, it is to "stop
processing more rules" but some of these emails still go to the junk folder.
I was incorrect on my initial statement. Some, not all, of these go to junk
"Frank Saunders MS-MVP IE,OE/WM" wrote:
> "DanW9999" <DanW9999@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> > Vista - Windows Mail. Contact forms from our website are ALWAYS thrown
> > into
> > my junk folder. Contact forms come from new customers so I can't list them
> > as
> > trusted senders. I tried setting up rules to put this mail into a specific
> > folder when it matches the subject line. When new contact forms arrive the
> > mail will momentarily go into the correct folder then Windows Mail will
> > determine it's junk and throw it into the junk file. Everything else seems
> > to
> > work fine. I must always look through the junk files to see if there are
> > new
> > contacts and sometimes I miss them. How do I stop this without turning off
> > all controls?
> > -Dan
> Right click the mail in Junk Mail.
> Choose Junk Mail Options.
> Add it to Safe Senders.
> Frank Saunders MS-MVP IE,OE/WM
> Do not send email