Guess what, everyone's junk filter does that.
Classifying suspected spam messages correctly is more of an art
than a science.
It isn't clear what you mean by "labeled SPAM:low". Windows Mail
does not label any messages. Are you using a third party spam filter
or a security suite that includes an anti-spam module?
You can see the Blocked Senders and Safe Senders lists here:
Tools, Junk E-mail Options, click the desired tab.
The web interface to this newsgroup is very primitive and buggy.
I suggest you access newsgroups the way they were meant to be
accessed: with your Windows Mail news reader. To get started,
double-click on Microsoft Communities in the folder list on the left.
Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP (Mail)
"Fivetonine" <Fivetonine@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:2D3C7BA7-0DBE-4EEF-A2FF-671D35FE3035@xxxxxx
> My junk mail filter seems to have gone awry. It sometimes blocks messages
> from people that I want delivered to my IN box and sometimes lets messages
> through that are labeled SPAM:low even though they AREN'T spam and they are
> messages from people that I regularly correspond with.
> Here's my question -- I'd like to be able to see the list of Blocked Senders
> and the list of Safe Senders but I don't know how to view it. The HELP pages
> indicate that I should go to Messages | Junk Email | Junk Email Options. I
> have NOTHING that says "Junk Email Options". How do I get to these alleged
> P.S. Would it kill someone to put the discussion groups in Alpha order????
> Having to wade through an endless list of unalphabetized discussion groups is
> really annoying -- yet another way that Microsoft appears to make it
> difficult to find user help. Argh.