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Solved: [SPAM] in Outlook Subject Line

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by terry_321, Sep 9, 2004.

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  1. terry_321

    terry_321 Thread Starter

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    I'm using Outlook 2002 with Windows ME. With EVERY email I send, the word [SPAM] is attached in the Subject line when it is received. Even those addresses that are listed in my "safe recipients" list.

    I've tried everything! Can anyone help? Please.... :confused:
     
  2. BillC

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    I'd suggest to you it is the receiver's e-mail client that is adding the [SPAM] and not your Outlook. Listing them in your "safe recipients" file will also not effect their receiving it. Somehow your e-mail is looking like spam to the receiver's e-mail program. There are several things that can cause this that include sending to many people at the same time or the subject line in the mail. Some programs deem anything from a domain is spam like "[email protected]'sCompany.com". The bottom line is that unless you change the above, it is out of your hands. Anyway, that's my view.
     
  3. Silvrrwulf

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    How would one go about changing that on the e-mail client? I've look everywhere, but can'
    t seem to find teh setting.

    Thanks!

    ~Lance
     
  4. Silvrrwulf

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    It was godaddy's spam setting, set to mark aggresively :). Thanks for the help, an dI hope this helps others. :).

    ~SilverWulf
     
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