Windows 10: Mail Application and Junk E-mail

  1.    05 Sep 2015 #1

    Mail Application and Junk E-mail

    I upgraded from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10 on 1 August. I installed the Windows 10 mail application on that date and set up my Microsoft Outlook account. Today when I checked my e-mails using rather than the Windows 10 mail application. I discovered there were over 43 e-mails in the Junk e-mail folder going back to the beginning of August. For some reason these junk e-mails are not being recognized in the Windows 10 mail application. If this is going to continue then there is no reason to have the Windows 10 mail application. I will just go back to reading my Outlook e-mails in Office 2010 Outlook or reviewing them using

    Is anyone else having this problem and if so is there a solution.
    Last edited by StevenTodd; 05 Sep 2015 at 14:20.
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