I'm running Outlook 2000, ZoneAlarm Security Suite 6.5, and XP Pro...
I have several email addresses. When an email comes into my inbox, I have a number of rules in Outlook's Rules Wizard examine each email and, according to the "to:" email address, move each email to an appropriate subfolder under my Inbox folder. For example, emails sent to firstname.lastname@example.org will be automatically moved to my "Personal Emails" subfolder while emails sent to email@example.com will be moved to my "Sales" subfolder.
ZoneAlarm's spam filter *never* finds junk email, even though the Zonealarm junk mail bar is properly installed in my Outlook. Does Zonealarm only look at the Inbox folder? Is that my problem? A previous spam filter I used had user-defined subfolders in which to scan each time an email came in. But I suspect my rules wizard moves the email into the subfolder before it can be examined in the inbox by zonealarm.
So how do people deal with this issue? How can I use the rules wizard to move received emails to appropriate subfolders and still have spam detection? I don't want to be forced to have all my emails sit in the inbox and be manually sorted according to the "to:" address. Yet I want spam filtering, too.
Operating System:Windows XP Pro
Product Name:ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite