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Thread: moron Not read: [slightly OT, longish] Forward Converter Help?
face BY : Brian Whittaker email (remove spam text)


This type of message is generated automatically by Microsoft Outlook's
Email filter when it decides an incoming Email is Spam or pornographic.

The user has to enable the "Spam filter" for this to happen.

I decided the Spam filter was ill-conceived and disabled it only a few hours
after I enabled it.

Unfortunately once enabled, even after the Spam filter is disabled, Outlook
still occasionally generates this type of message. I have found them in my out
box and deleted them before they were sent. If someone is working "Online" then
the message will be sent without the user's knowledge. Or ( I hope not in my
case), one could forget to check, and send the "not read message" by mistake.

To date I have not found a positive cause, and work-around, for this problem. My
current best theory is the Spam filter creates and exception list in the rules
wizard folder. This must be the first rule and it must say. Do not search
message for commercial or adult content"

I do not believe the two names in your previous posting are the source of the
"not read" Email. These names were probably in the Email that Outlook decided
was "Spam", however it would not hurt if they checked their Email filters if
they are using Outlook.

The origin of the "not read" message "NDEST" is hidden to protect the user's
Email address from the potential abuse by the "Spammer".

Does any one out there have a better theory?

. . . Brian

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