Mailing lists are often treated that way, especially when they reach someone
whose address appears only on the Bcc: line and no address appears on the
You can sometimes get around this by clicking Tools, then Junk E-mail
then Safe Senders, then adding the sender's address to the list, or even
the part of the address after @ if you want mail from anyone who shares the
part of the address after @.
"coldwinter" <coldwinter@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> Thanks for getting back to me. Can you think of any reason why the
> "simple" email would be filtered as spam?
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> Name: noel baxxxx
> E-Mail: les191xxxx@xxxxxx
> "Gary VanderMolen" wrote:
>> Sorry, can't be done. Spam filtering always occurs first unless you
>> turn it off altogether.
>> Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP (WLMail)
>> "coldwinter" <coldwinter@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>> > Is there a way to have my message rules processed before the spam
>> > filtering
>> > takes place? I have established a rule that is supposed to sort an
>> > incoming
>> > message into the appropriate folder, but it is getting sorted to the
>> > junk
>> > mail folder instead. It is at the top of the rule list, has the "stop
>> > further
>> > proceessing of rules" at the end, etc. I am very familiar with how the
>> > rules
>> > are setup, and suspect the spam filtering is moving the mail to the
>> > junk
>> > folder before my rules is processed. I have the spam filter set to low
>> > and
>> > would like to keep it there. Any suggestions much appreciated.