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When you configure junk email list settings in the Group Policy Management Console, these policy settings are correctly deployed to client workstations (which are determined by examining the Windows registry). However, when you start Microsoft Office Outlook, these policy values are not used by Outlook.

However, when you start Outlook and examine the Safe Senders list in the Junk E-mail Options dialog box, you see that the Safe Senders list has not been updated. (The screen shot for this step is listed below).

The JunkMailImportLists registry value is the trigger that is used by Outlook to determine whether junk email list settings are applied when you start Outlook. If this value is missing or is set to zero (0), Outlook does not apply any of the junk email list policy settings that may exist in the registry.

Add the .adm file that you downloaded in step 2 to your domain controller:Outlook 2013 = Outlk15.admxOutlook 2010 = Outlk14.admOutlook 2007 = Outlk12.admOutlook 2003 = Outlk11.admNote The steps to add the .adm or .admx files to a domain controller vary, depending on the version of Windows that you are running. Also, because you may be applying the policy to an organizational unit (OU) and not to the whole domain, the steps may vary in this aspect of applying a policy. Therefore, check your Windows documentation for more information.

Under User Configuration, expand Classic Administrative Templates (ADM) to locate the policy node for your template.The following screen shot shows the Junk E-mail policy settings for Outlook 2007 in the Group Policy Management Console when both .adm files that are referenced in the previous steps are installed.Note If you add the Outlook 2013 .admx administrative templates, expand Administrative Templates under User Configuration.

To configure the Junk E-mail options, double-click any policy setting in the details pane. For example, double-click Specify path to Save Senders list to configure the path of a text file that includes the list of domains and addresses that you want to appear on the Safe Senders tab in Outlook.

In the dialog box for the policy setting, click Enabled to enable the policy.For example, the following screen shot shows the path for the text file that is used to configure the list of safe senders in Outlook.Note Either you can manually create the file that is used for the Safe Senders, Safe Recipients, and Blocked Senders list or you can export an existing list by using the Outlook Export to File button on the tabs in the Junk E-mail Options dialog box.The following screen shot shows the Safe Senders tab in Outlook together with the Export to File button.Note The files that you specify for the policies that control Safe Senders, Safe Recipients, and Blocked Senders must exist in the specified location when Outlook is started. If the file does not exist in the specified location, Outlook ignores that policy.

After you have configured the different junk email policy settings, double-click the Trigger to apply junk email list settings policy in the details pane. (The screen shot for this step is listed below).

After you finish configuring your junk email policies, and they have been propagated to your Outlook clients, you can verify that the policies are available to Outlook by examining the following subkey in the registry:

To finish your testing of this policy deployment, start Outlook, and then open the Junk E-mail Options dialog box (Tools - Options - Junk E-mail). The settings that you configured by using Group Policy are configured, but they are disabled so that users cannot modify them through the Outlook user interface.The following screen shot shows the junk email protection level configured to Safe Lists Only. However, this setting cannot be changed by a user because it is configured through Group Policy.Note Users can manually add or remove entries to the Safe Senders, Safe Recipients, and Blocked Senders tabs in Outlook even if you deploy these lists by usi


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