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If you enter the distributionlist in the TO field, people who receive it will see the distribution list as "to" but everyone can simply check the email addresses that are in the list and unvold the list when they open/view the message. If you really want to hide the names (untracable) you will have to use BCC. You can create a dummy record in your contacts ...
Somebody answered my question on Server Fault, but the question was migrated here and answer gone... So, here is the answer. In Windows 10 there are Settings and Control Panel. And it is not that obvious. After explicit navigation to Control Panel you can see Mail icon and all old school stuff:
It can be very tricky getting around phishing and SPAM detection. Sometimes it is simply the content, sometimes it is receiving the same message over and over. http://www.gn.apc.org/support/outgoing-mail-wrongly-classed-spam-or-phishing-microsoft-software gives a few reasons that are Outlook specific. One thing easily to check is what the link is for the ...
to start jenkins from war file use java -Dmail.smtp.starttls.enable="true" -jar jenkins.war --httpPort=9090
The rules are stored in the PST file. When you removed your existing POP account (while making the IMAP account) you may have also removed the associated PST (which had all your rules in it). Restore your PST from backup, create a(nother) new Outlook account (perhaps in a different profile). Import that PST and hope your rules show up. If so, export the ...
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