Use an E-mail Postmark

In an effort to combat spam, Microsoft has introduced e-mail postmarks with Outlook 2007. When added to your message, a postmark communicates to your recipient’s computer that your message is legitimate (assuming that computer is configured to process postmarks).

By default, postmarks are enabled. But if the feature is disabled on your machine, enable it by following these steps.

Use an E-mail Postmark

1.
Click Tools.
2.
Click Options. The Options dialog box appears with the Preferences tab displayed.
3.
Click Junk E-mail.

The Junk E-mail Options dialog box appears.
4.
Click the When Sending E-mail, Postmark the Message check box ( changes to ).
5.
Click OK to close the Junk E-mail Options dialog box.

6.
Click OK to close the Options dialog box.

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