Sometimes you get email in your inbox that is falsely marked as Spam even though it isn’t. Here’s a tip to tell Outlook that emails marked as Spam are not Junk.
Sometimes you get an email in your inbox that is falsely marked as spam even though it isn’t. Here’s how to tell Outlook that emails marked as Spam are not Junk.
Recently I set up my Outlook Calendar to send me notifications for important events. However, I found them in my Junk email folder. That is certainly annoying, and sometimes you get legitimate emails and are sent to the Junk email folder.
Mark Email as Not Junk in Outlook
To ensure they are put in your Inbox, click on your Junk Email folder. Then right-click the message labeled as Junk and select Junk >> Not Junk from the context menu.
The Mark as Not Junk box comes up. Check Always Trust email From firstname.lastname@example.org and check your email address below that. Click OK. The message will be moved to your Inbox and won’t be blocked as Junk again.
That’s all there is to it. If you want another method to make sure you get an email, check out how to add email contacts to the Safe Senders List manually or automatically.