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How Turn of Junk Mail Folder


Nontek

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Hotmail - how does one turn off or Delete the Junk Mail Folder? Win XP.

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Nontek

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In title - of = off!

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Phoenix21

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I need to turn mine off, too. I use Incredimail. Important emails from the company I work for are being put straight into the Junk Folder in Hotmail and are then deleted 10 days later without me having seen them as they do not appear in any of the Incredimail folders. I never open Hotmail usually so I was unaware that this was happening until today when Head Office alerted me to the fact that I was not answering their queries or actioning the work they were sending me.

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Woolwell

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Interesting blog about the subject. Apparently you cannot turn it off but there is a work-round. I don't use Hotmail so not sure how good the blog is.

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wiz-king

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If it's one address then set it to 'this is not junk'

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Nontek

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Woolwell & wiz-king Thanks for your input, I am in fact trying to help Phoenix21 a friend of mine.

Phoenix21 is working at the moment, but we will be connecting later using Teamviewer and will be investigating your link. I will let you know how we get on.

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