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 II. Turning on the Junk Mail Filter
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We strictly enforce the MSN Website Terms of Use and Notices(TOU), which forbids e-mail abuse. We ask for your support to help Hotmail prevent unwanted, abusive, or fraudulent e-mail.
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I. Limiting Junk E-mail ("spam")
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  - Reply to unsolicited e-mail messages with a "remove" request because this only validates to the sender that your address is current.
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II. Turning on the Junk Mail Filter
The Junk Mail filter protects you from unsolicited e-mail messages (also known as spam). Hotmail examines all incoming mail that you have not blocked or filtered. If it determines that the message is junk mail, Hotmail directs the message to the Junk Mail folder. 
>>> To set the Junk Mail Filter
1.  Click the "Options" link on the upper-right side of the page. 
2.  On the left side of the page, click "Mail" and then click the "Junk E-mail Protection" link.  
3. Click the "Junk E-Mail Filter" link.
4.  Select "Default," "Enhanced," or "Exclusive" to enable the filter. See below for a description of what each level of filter does.
4.  Click "OK" to save your settings or "Cancel" to return to the "Junk E-Mail Protection" page.
What is filtered at each level setting:
  
  - Default vs. Enhanced. The Junk Mail Filter looks at a number of different clues in e-mail and tries to determine whether the message you received is junk mail. Setting the filter to "Enhanced" results in a stricter interpretation of what mail is valid than setting it to "Default." An "Enhanced" filter can result in more valid mail being filtered to the Junk E-Mail folder than you want, and you may need to check the folder from time to time to ensure that nothing you want has been defined as "junk." If you find valid mail in your Junk Mail folder, select the message and click the "Not Junk" button.
  - Exclusive: An "Exclusive" filter means that messages reach your Inbox only if they are from an address in your Contacts or safe list, service announcements from Hotmail, or e-mail that you have consented to receive from MSN. This uses encryption to help protect against junk mail. By setting your Junk Mail Filter to "Exclusive," you accept only e-mail from your friends. This is e-mail equivalent of "don't talk to strangers." 
Remember to check your Junk Mail folder at regular intervals to ensure that the filter catches only the messages you want to delete. For example, mailing list mail and mail forwarded from another e-mail address may be filtered to the Junk Mail folder. To ensure that these e-mail messages go to your Inbox, create Hotmail filters or add the sender's address to the Safe List.
>>> To add an address to your Safe List
1.  Click the "Options" link on the upper-right side of the page. 
2.  On the left side of the page, click "Mail" and then click the "Junk E-mail Protection" link.  
3. Click the "Add Senders to Safe List" link.
4.  In the box at the left of the page, type the address or domain you want added to your Safe List.
5.  Click the "Add >>" button to add the address or domain.
6.  Click "OK" to save your settings or "Cancel" to return to the "Junk E-Mail Protection" page.
>>> To add a sender to the Block Sender list
1.  Click the "Options" link on the upper-right side of the page. 
2.  On the left side of the page, click "Mail" and then click the "Junk E-mail Protection" link.  
3. Click the "Block Specific Senders" link.
4.  In the box at the left of the page, type the address or domain you want added to your Block List.
5.  Click the "Add >>" button to add the address or domain.
6.  Click "OK" to save your settings or "Cancel" to return to the "Junk E-Mail Protection" page.
Note: Hotmail offers two additional ways to block senders. While you are reading a message, click the "Block" button in the toolbar. Or, while viewing the messages in your inbox, select the check box next to unwanted messages and click the "Block" button in the toolbar.
Hotmail also allows you to create Basic or Advanced custom filters. Basic custom filters allow you to filter incoming e-mail by subject or e-mail address. Advanced custom filters allow you to filter incoming e-mail by subject, e-mail address, sender name and the "To" or "Cc" lines.
>>> To create a Basic custom filter
1.  Click the "Options" link on the upper-right side of the page. 
2.  On the left side of the page, click "Mail" and then click the "Custom Filters" link. 
3.  On the "Custom Filters" page, click "Create New" to access the "Create Basic Filter" page.
4.  Under "Step 1: Filter Criteria," select the filter criteria you want to apply to incoming e-mail. You can filter incoming e-mail by subject or the sender's e-mail address.
5.  Under "Step 2: Folder," select a folder to which you want your messages delivered. You can also choose to delete incoming messages.
6.  Click "OK" to save your settings.
>>> To create an Advanced custom filter
1.  Click the "Options" link on the upper-right side of the page. 
2.  On the left side of the page, click "Mail" and then click the "Custom Filters" link. 
3.  On the "Custom Filters" page, click "Create New" to access the "Create Basic Filter" page.
4.  Click the "Advanced Filter" link above and to the right of the "Step 1: Filter Criteria" heading.
5.  Under "Step 1: Filter Criteria," select an option from the first drop-down list. You can choose to filter incoming e-mail by subject, e-mail address, sender name and the "To" or "Cc" lines.
6.  From the second drop-down list, choose either "Contains," "Does Not Contain," "Contains Word," "Starts With," "Ends With," or "Equals."
    - "Contains" searches for a specified word, partial word, or phrase (for example, the filter "Fred" finds all instances of "Fred," "Frederick," "Freddie," and so on).
    - "Does Not Contain" is the opposite of "Contains" (for example, the filter "Fred" finds all instances of anything other than "Fred" such as "Scarlett," "Rhett," and so on).
    - "Contains Word" searches for the exact word, not a partial word (for example, the filter "Fred" finds all instances of "Fred" not including "Frederick," "Freddie," and so on).
    - "Starts With" searches for a sentence or word that begins with the specified word or partial word (for example, the filter "FredTech@hot" finds all messages that contain "FredTech@hot," such as, "FredTech@hots.com," "FredTech@hotday.com," and so on).
    - "Ends With" searches for a sentence or word that ends with the specified word or partial word (for example, the filter "@aol.com" finds all messages that contain "@aol.com," such as "vleigh_gwtw@aol.com," "gablec_gwtw@aol.com," and so on).
    - "Equals" searches for the exact phrase (for example, the filter "Fred Smith" finds all instances of Fred Smith, but not "Smith, Fred," "Fred S. Smith," and so on).
7.  In the third text box, type the string for which you want to search.
8.  Under "Step 2: Folder," select a folder to which you want your messages delivered. You can also choose to delete incoming messages.
9.  Click "OK" to save your settings.
To apply newly created filters to e-mail currently in your "Inbox," on the "Custom Filters" page, click "Apply Filter(s) Now."
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III. Reporting Abusive or Unwanted E-mail
>>> Report e-mail abuse to MSN Hotmail
If you have received abusive, harassing, or threatening e-mail messages from an MSN Hotmail account, follow the steps below to report it. To report junk e-mail, please see the "Report junk e-mail to MSN Hotmail" section below.
1. Turn on full message headers. MSN Hotmail will need this information to identify the true origin of the abusive message you received:
If you have an MSN Hotmail account. Click "Options" in the upper-right corner of any page. Click "Mail" on the left side, and then click "Mail display settings." Next to "Message headers," click "Full," and then click "OK."
If you do not have an MSN Hotmail account, consult your e-mail program's online Help to determine how to view full message header information.
2. Forward a copy of the abusive message to:
       abuse@hotmail.com
>>> Report junk e-mail to MSN Hotmail
If you have an MSN Hotmail account, follow the steps below to report junk e-mail:
1. Select the message in your Inbox you want to report as junk e-mail.
2. Click the "Junk" button, located on the toolbar of your Inbox.
3. Choose either to report the selected message, or to report the message and block future messages from its sender.
If you do not have an MSN Hotmail account, follow the steps below to report junk e-mail coming from an MSN Hotmail account:
1. Consult your e-mail program's online Help to determine how to view full message header information. MSN Hotmail will need this information to identify the true origin of the junk e-mail message you received.
2. If the message header contains an "X-Originating-IP" line, forward a complete copy of the message (including the full message header) to
    report_spam@hotmail.com.
If there is no "X-Originating_IP" line, then the message header has been forged and is not from an MSN Hotmail account. Unfortunately, we are unable to take any action.
Viewing Full Message Headers in MSN Explorer:
1.  From your Inbox, click the check box next to the message you want to view the full header information for. Do NOT open the message.
2.  From the "View" menu, select Message Headers.
3.  Click the "Details" tab and highlight and copy all the text in the "Internet Headers for this Message" window. 
4.  Open the e-mail in question and forward a complete copy of the message, including the full message header you copied at the beginning of your message, to:
       abuse@msn.com
Viewing Full Message Headers in Outlook Express or Outlook:
1.  On the unopened mail, place your cursor over the mail, right-click, and click "Options."
2.  Under "Internet headers," copy the contents of the full header.
3.  If you are reporting abuse (abusive, harassing or threatening e-mail you have received), open the e-mail in question and forward a complete copy of the message, including the full message header you copied at the beginning of your message, to:
      abuse@hotmail.com
4.  If you are reporting junk e-mail, open the e-mail in question and forward a complete copy of the message, including the full message header you copied at the beginning of your message, to:
      report_spam@hotmail.com
You can keep up to date with the fight against spam at:
    http://www.cauce.org/
Remember that MSN Hotmail also has comprehensive online help available--just click "Help" in the upper right corner.