I have no idea what version of Outlook I am using. I also have no idea what "email account" I'm using. Actually I do, it's firstname.lastname@example.org but that's not on the list. I just put in EAS (Outlook.com) which is the closest I think because when I want to go to my email I type outlook.com in my browser window.
Now to my question. Why is Outlook so eager to put stuff in the "junk" file? I recently signed up with dripread.com. They send excerpts of a book I'm reading to my inbox. I want them to send these excerpts, that's why I signed up for them. Yet Outlook puts them in the junk folder. Why? What part of I signed up for these emails do they not get. The first time it happened I right clicked and clicked on Mark as not Junk. The next one went to the junk mail folder. On that one I clicked on Not Junk above. The next one went to the junk folder. If I sound pissed off I should. This should not be an issue. How do I tell Outlook that those emails are NOT junk and I want them to go into my IN box. Marking them as not junk does not work.