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Although you may wonder why I would miss it, I can't see my Junk E-Mail folder in Outlook 2013. If I sign in to my account through Outlook Web Access I can see that it is present and has a number of messages in it:

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Is it possible that I somehow hid this in the Outlook client? I have verified my settings below:

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Edit: I have tried re-creating my profile which has no effect. I have also tried creating a folder under my Inbox named Junk E-Mail. When I do that, Outlook complains that a folder by that name already exists. Yet I still can't see it!

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When you figure out how you got rid of it you need to answer this question earlier in the day from someone who wants to hide it :) –  Brad Patton Apr 4 '13 at 0:27
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I had the same trouble. I have several Gmail accounts that I accesses through Outlook and none of them had junk email folders.

I found a great link that walked me right through getting my junk mail folders back. Here it is: http://www.howto-outlook.com/howto/gmailroot.htm#root

Mine are all working now. This is really simple. You just have to go to where you set up new accounts. Double Click on the particular account that you've already set up in Outlook. Then just follow the instructions in the link above.

Hope this helps.

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It would be beneficial to post the instructins'in the link here and provide the link for reference in case the link goes dead in the future. –  Mokubai Oct 20 '13 at 8:03
Please don't just link. Include the relevant information from the link. If the site ever goes down, your answer is useless. Read How to Answer. –  user 99572 is fine Oct 20 '13 at 8:19
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