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Office 365 - Filtering tagged spam

In order to keep your Inbox free of spam, TSC recommends you fiter messages containing [Spam] in the subject line to your Junk folder. If a message is not tagged you can forward the message as an attachment to abuse@csusb.edu. To filter tagged spam log in to Outlook Web App and complete the following steps.

  1. Go to Settings (looks like a gear) -> Options.

Screenshot of the setting menu

  1. Select Inbox rules on the left-hand side.

Screenshot of inbox rule option on the left hand side

  1. Click the + icon to add an inbox rule.

Screenshot of the add icon

  1. Give the rule a name.

Screenshot of the new inbox rule name

  1. Under When the message arrives, and *, select It includes these words > in the subject...

Screenshot of adding the words that will appear in the subject

  1. Enter [Spam] and click the + button to add to the list, then click the OK button.

Screenshot of adding the Spam List

  1. Under Do the following *, select Move, copy, or delete > Move the message to folder...

Screenshot of moving , saving or deleting the messages to the folder

  1. Select the Junk E-Mail folder to put tagged spam in to your junk folder, then click the OK button.

Screenshot of adding the span messages to the junk mail folder

  1. Click the OK button at the top to save the rule.

Screenshot of saving the new rule created


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