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    Google docs getting caught in Outlook's junk folder

    Morning all,
    We have google docs rolled out here however when a document is shared, the notification email gets sent to the junk folder and wonder if anyone knows some Exchange 2010 trickery which can help. I have tried setting up a rule where if it detects the word google it sets the spam filter rule to level 8 however this just isn't working.

    All help welcome.
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    We are entirely google, and the sharing emails drive people nuts. Most have put filters in place to move such emails to a junk folder automatically so if yours is already doing it...... Personally I always untick the box about sending an email when I share something a document as the recipient is usually expecting it anyway or a link to the shared doc goes on the class/faculty webpage.

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