I'm running Outlook 2010 against Exchange 2010.
There are some messages that Outlook identifies as junk (or perhaps it's Exchange identifying them as junk, because I know that with Exchange 2010 and Outlook, if Exchange identifies the message as spam it will cause the message to be placed in my "Junk E-Mail" folder - in other words, it may not be Outlook making the decision) and appropriately places in the Junk E-Mail folder.
I would like to create rules to act on those messages before they hit the junk folder. By default, the junk designation seems to take precedent. I then tried classifying the messages as "Not Junk" when they were in the Junk E-Mail folder, but it appears that all that happens is the email address is whitelisted (yet the messages were classified as junk by some different heuristic).
How can I do this?