Outlook Protection from spam

Anyone who has been using e-mail for some time is familiar with the flood of bulk e-mail that can come to your Inbox, most of it being junk. Outlook helps to mitigate the problem of spam with the Junk E-mail Filter, which automatically evaluates incoming messages and sends those considered to be spam to the Junk E-mail folder.

Microsoft Outlook also has an additional anti-spam feature. Messages in HTML format often include pictures or sounds from an external source on the Internet. This is typically done by legitimate senders to avoid embedding large graphics in the message itself. However, junk e-mail senders use this capability as a "Web beacon" that collects your e-mail address. When you open the message and the content is downloaded automatically, you are inadvertently verifying to the sender's server that your e-mail address is valid. Your e-mail address can then be sold to spammers, often resulting in more junk messages being sent to you. By default, Outlook blocks automatic picture downloads. If you think that the message is from a trustworthy source, you can unblock pictures or other external content.

Also, Outlook uses a technology called Outlook E-mail Postmarking to further reduce the spam in your Inbox. I have to sketch out the details once again before this Monday for a official presentation. But then what i want to share here with you is my experience of sharing the Microsoft Outlook and providing a computer Help