Click on Tools, then Junk E-mail Options, then Safe Senders. If that
sender's address is not on the list, add it, then click Apply. Click on
Blocked Senders. If that sender's address is on the list, or even just
the part after @, click on it , then Remove, then any approvals
needed, then Apply. Click on OK.
This doesn't always work, though, if the sender puts your address
on the Bcc: line instead of the To: line or the Cc: line.
"DaveFritz" <DaveFritz@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> I'm having the same problem. No matter how many times I unblock the
> particular sender of a message that gets sent by e-mail from a local
> notification service, and add it to the safe senders list, Windows Mail
> blocking it. How do I turn that off? Did you ever get a response from
> anyone on this?
> "MDB" wrote:
>> Windows Mail keeps flagging a legitimate email as phishing. The error
>> message I keep getting is "Windows thinks this a suspicious and has
>> it. Images and links have been blocked for your safety. If you think
>> mail is not fradulent, use the unblock button to access it". I would
>> it and add it to the safe senders list and it still gets flagged as
>> Does anyone know why this keeps happening?