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Solutions to address SPAM false positives

Our recent migration of MX records for the @utoronto.ca and @mail.utoronto.ca domains changed the way that anti-spam works for individuals with addresses in those domains; incoming mail is now scanned by Exchange Online Protection (EOP).

There have been sporadic reports of EOP generating spam false positives. This article provides some solutions:

Using Message Reporting and Safe Senders List to ensure legitimate mail is not marked as SPAM

Last update: 2019-08-21 09:46
Author: Amanda Wagner

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