- IDs & Accounts
- Networks / Telephones
- Academic Services
- Information Security
- Web Services
- Bobcat Depot
- OIT Projects
- About OIT
At Ohio University we use a server-based Spam Quarantine for handling suspected spam.
Since Ohio University uses a server-based spam filter, there is no need for Outlook to do additional spam filtering for us. If Junk E-mail filtering is left on in Outlook people may notice they are missing e-mails and it may take a while to figure out messages have been placed in the Junk E-mail folder by Outlook. We recommend everyone disable this feature.
Disable it as follows in Outlook 2010 and Outlook 2013:
Disable it as follows in Outlook 2011 for Mac:
If you wish to report a message as spam, first make sure that it is not sent from a mailing list you are a member of. Forward the email as an attachment to spam (@) access.ironport.com. Follow the directions based on your email client.
Outlook 2010 and Outlook 2013:
Open the spam email in a new window
Click More near the top of the window and select Forward as Attachment
Select the message in the message pane
Click the Attachment button