How to Create a Not Spam Report Button in Outlook
When you receive an e-mail that you believe should not had been marked as [SUSPECTED SPAM], you can typically forward that e-mail as an attachment to our team to firstname.lastname@example.org. This usually involves selecting the e-mail in question, clicking on More in the Respond Outlook ribbon toolbar, selecting Forward as Attachment (Figure 1) filling out the To field with email@example.com and clicking Send (Figure 2).
While this is not very time consuming, you can simplify this process by creating a NOT SPAM button in Outlook to speed up the process.
Create a Not Spam Report Button
In the Outlook Quick Steps ribbon toolbar, click on Create New (Figure 3).
In the Edit Quick Step window, set the following:
Set the Name: field to NOT SPAM - DEEZTEK (Figure 4).
Click the Choose an Action drop-down and select Forward message as an attachment (Figure 5).
In the To... field enter firstname.lastname@example.org (Figure 6).
Click on Show Options, in the Subject: field enter [REPORT HAM]: <subject> and check the Automatically send after 1 minute delay checkbox (Figure 7).
Finally, click the Finish button (Figure 8).