How to move spam to a specific folder in Microsoft Outlook Express
We have installed SpamAssassin in all our mail servers. SpamAssassin will scan all the incoming emails. If SpamAssassin thinks the email is probably a spam, the program will add "*****SPAM*****" tag in the subject. This tutorial shows you how to move those tagged email to a specific folder, the "SPAM" folder.
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- Open Outlook Express.
- Select your "Local Folders" and click the right mouse button. Select "New Folder...".
- Create a new folder. Type in "SPAM" for the folder name. Click "OK".
- Click "Tools", then scroll your cursor to "Message Rules", and click "Mail", as shown below.
- A window will pop up, click "New..." on the right.
- Another window will pop up, please check boxes as shown in picture. Chheck "Where the Subject line contain specific words" in 1 and "Move it to specified folder" in 2.
- In 3, click "contains specific words".
- A new window will pop up. Please type "*****SPAM*****" (without quotes) in the text field.
- Press "Add" button then the "OK".
- Click the word "specified" in 3.
- A new window will pop up.
- You will see a "SPAM" folder in the list. Click the "SPAM" folder and then press "OK" button.
- You will back to window in Step 5. Now, type any name your like in the text box under "4. Name of the rule". Then press "OK" button.
- From now on your SPAM folder will have all the emails marked as SPAM by our scannning software.
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