Spam messages now in Exchange

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On July 23, 2014

Google has released its Spam Message Center for “non-Gmail mailbox” Google Apps users and Missouri S&T Exchange users.

To view suspected spam, login to with your single sign-on credentials. Users may open, read and deliver or delete the messages. Users can also view recently delivered messages, if it should be indicated that they are spam.

Under “settings,” you may add approved contacts (email addresses to be whitelisted). Messages from approved contacts bypass the spam email filters and go directly to your inbox.

For assistance, contact the IT Help Desk by calling 341- HELP (4357), visit the IT Help Desk on the first floor of the Curtis Laws Wilson Library or submit a ticket online at

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On July 23, 2014. Posted in Announcements