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Stopping wanted emails from going to Outlook 2003's Junk folder requires a quick change to your "safe" list and visits to Office Update for updates.
How do I stop *wanted* email from going to my Junk folder?
I'm assuming that this question is about Outlook 2003's Junk Mail handling.
There are two important steps you should take:
When you find email in your junk mail that is not junk, right click on it's line in the list, select Junk E-mail, and Mark as Not Junk. You'll then have the opportunity to add the sender or the address they sent to to a "safe" list so that they'll not be marked as junk in the future.
Visit Office Update regularly. One of the things they update is the junk mail filter, and I've seen it improve in accuracy over time.
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