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    OFFICE 365 - Junk mail filtering rules

    Sorry if this is really obvious, but can i create a rule (transport rule?) that bans mail coming from a certain domain from going into junk?

    Thank in advance for any help

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    This any help?
    support.microsoft.com/kb/2545137

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    Hi James,

    I'm currently on the old version of office 365 so it is slightly different than show in the example you've given me, however I have applied a rule in FOPE to Allow emails that match @leedslearning.net

    It is getting hits, but some of the emails are still going into the junk folder.

    However, i think it might be something to do with their exchange as some @leedslearning to @leedslearning.net emails are getting put in to junk.

    I'll try to create a powershell script to add the domain to the safe senders list.

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    What's the SCL on the message and what kind of content does the message contain?
    Do you mean you're on Wave14?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sukh View Post
    What's the SCL on the message and what kind of content does the message contain?
    Do you mean you're on Wave14?
    Yes I'm on wave 14,how do I check the scl?

    New to exchange... Sorry for dumb questions.

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    Check the message headers on a message you received

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    Quote Originally Posted by sukh View Post
    Check the message headers on a message you received
    Unfortunately they are not in my inbox, i was hoping for a way to do it as an admin. i'll have to go to the user now and hope they've not deleted the emails.

    Thanks for your help.

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    Cant you recover them from dumpster?
    Have you checked?
    Checked the purges/recoverable items folder?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sukh View Post
    Cant you recover them from dumpster?
    Have you checked?
    Checked the purges/recoverable items folder?
    Exchange/office 365 newbie... I'll have a look around for instructions.

    thanks.

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    Also check to see if you're using FOPE or EOP.



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