In MS Outlook, the emails that have been considered spam with 100% surety will be discarded by default. These emails will not reach your Outlook mailbox. The emails that come out successfully after the spam checks, but are actually spam (in reality) will be marked with the ***SPAM*** header. They finally end up in the Spam or Junk folder. You can access your Junk folder using a supported Outlook and how to check spam mail in outlook on your mobile device, PC, or Mac.
MS Outlook contains effective tools for controlling incoming emails at the Junk level.
There is a minute difference between spam and junk emails. The junk emails will usually be targeted at unknown recipients. But, when you receive spam emails, you might know who the sender is, but would not want to receive emails (probably advertising) from that person.
If you need to access Spam in Outlook, follow these steps:
We have now discussed how to check spam emails in Outlook.