If some important messages you think should be in your inbox and it often end up in your Junk folder, then you can try to tweak the junk filter’s settings. If you are still not satisfied with the way the Junk Mail filter treats your e-mail, then you can turn it off and use other ways to stop junk email like others tools or services.
If you want to turn off the Microsoft Outlook’s Junk filter you can follow these easy steps-
follows in Outlook 2007
- Go to the “Home”.
- Open the Junk.
- Select the “Junk E-mail Options”.
- Tab “Options”, select “No Automatic Filtering” and click “OK”.
follows in Outlook 2010:
- Click on Junk E-mail folder to ensure you are in the email section of Outlook;
- Click on Junk in ribbon at top of page;
- Select Junk E-mail Options;
- Select No automatic filtering;
- Press OK.
You can use these steps for completely stop automatic filtering-
- In the Junk E-mail Options dialog window.
- Go to the “Blocked Senders”.
- Select all the addresses.
- And then tab on the “Remove” option.
One More Option (Just delete them!)
You can tell Outlook to delete all suspected junk messages instead of moving them to the Junk E-mail folder. This takes away your ability to review messages for possible false positives, so consider the risks of using this option.
- In Mail, click the Home > Junk > Junk E-mail Options.
- On the Options tab, check the Permanently delete suspected junk email instead of moving it to the Junk E-mail folder box.
NOTE: If you want to turn off the Junk E-mail Filter, you must also remove names form the Junk E-mail Filter lists.