KB981432 Junk Email Filter update for Outlook 2003 causes filter f


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improved_cylinder

Yesterday I started my Outlook 2003 to check my emails and it worked fine
(routing junk mail to the junk mail folder as normal and non-junk mail to the
inbox). A few minutes later, automatic updates promted me that there were
some new updates available. One of them was a Junk Email Filter update for
Outlook 2003 (KB981432). I downloaded this update along with some others and
was promted to restart my PC. I did so and after it booted, I started
Outlook 2003 to finish reading my emails to discover new Junk Mail was being
routed to my Inbox and NOT the junk mail folder. I tried adding this new
junk mail to my blocked senders list and it still kept coming into my inbox
(from the same sender I just added to my blocked senders list), even after
restarting Outlook.

I went into the control panel and removed the KB981432 update and now my
Outlook 2003 is working fine (the junk mail filter has been restored and is
now working properly).

MICROSOFT: PLEASE HAVE A LOOK AT THE KB981432 UPDATE AND FIND OUT WHAT
YOU'VE DONE WRONG IN IT.

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Brian Tillman [MVP-Outlook]

I went into the control panel and removed the KB981432 update and now my
Outlook 2003 is working fine (the junk mail filter has been restored and is
now working properly).
In the meantime, why not uninstall the update?
 
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billp

improved_cylinder wrote on 04/15/2010 11:14 ET
Yesterday I started my Outlook 2003 to check my emails and it worked fin
(routing junk mail to the junk mail folder as normal and non-junk mail to th
inbox). A few minutes later, automatic updates promted me that there wer
some new updates available. One of them was a Junk Email Filter update fo
Outlook 2003 (KB981432). I downloaded this update along with some others an
was promted to restart my PC. I did so and after it booted, I starte
Outlook 2003 to finish reading my emails to discover new Junk Mail was bein
routed to my Inbox and NOT the junk mail folder. I tried adding this ne
junk mail to my blocked senders list and it still kept coming into my inbo
(from the same sender I just added to my blocked senders list), even afte
restarting Outlook

I went into the control panel and removed the KB981432 update and now m
Outlook 2003 is working fine (the junk mail filter has been restored and i
now working properly)

MICROSOFT: PLEASE HAVE A LOOK AT THE KB981432 UPDATE AND FIND OUT WHA
YOU'VE DONE WRONG IN IT


This post is a suggestion for Microsoft, and Microsoft responds to th
suggestions with the most votes. To vote for this suggestion, click th "
Agree" button in the message pane. If you do not see the button, follo
thi
link to open the suggestion in the Microsoft Web-based Newsreader and the
click "I Agree" in the message pane

http://www.microsoft.com/office/community/en-us/default.mspx?mid=b295ba4b-3088-419e-ac06-d76877a4be09&dg=microsoft.public.outlook.genera
I just had to do the same with the June 12, 2010 update. Sorry, I didn't not
the Knowledge Base (KB) number

The same thing happened two Outlook 2003 updates ago. A subsequent update
da
or two later fixed it. (I had put up with it during that time—simpl
deleting junk mail as I saw it.)
 

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