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  1. Take steps to reduce the amount of spam reaching your inbox.
  2. Set spam filter to “Default”
  3. Other ways to reduce spam

Take steps to reduce the amount of spam reaching your inbox.

Occasionally, one or more spam messages will appear in your inbox, but most will automatically end up in your Junk folder. At the same time, only a few legitimate emails are accidentally filtered into the Junk Email folder. To keep the number of fake spam messages low, select the default spam filter instead of the restrictive “Exclusive” filter.

The instructions in this article apply to and Outlook Online.

Set spam filter to “Default”

To configure the spam filter:

  1. Go to Settings

  2. Select View all Outlook settings

  3. Select mail

  4. Select spam

  5. In chapter Filters Check the box Block attachments, images, and links from anyone not on my safe senders and domains list

    Check the box to block content from unknown senders Only trust email from addresses on my safe sender and domain lists and safe mailing lists

  6. Select Save

Other ways to reduce spam

While the spam filter is helpful, try these other steps to reduce the amount of spam you receive on

  1. When spam arrives in your inbox, select the message, navigate to the navigation bar and select mess † Outlook learns from this action and sends similar emails to the Junk Email folder in the future.

  2. Do not respond to spam or unsubscribe from spam messages.

  3. Add unwanted email addresses or domains to your blocked senders list to send them directly to your junk folder.

  4. Add the users or domains you always want to receive email from to your safe senders list.

  5. Protect yourself from automated programs that collect email addresses from public bulletin boards, chat rooms, or other public web pages by providing a full email address, such as AT Outlook DOT com example when you leave comments on these sites,

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