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Login, password etc.
If the SPAMfighter folder has been deleted, you can get it back by restarting Outlook.
If that doesn't help, your SPAMfighter folder must have been moved into another folder.
Try to look in every folder you have to see if it was accidentally put there.
If you find it, click and drag it to "Personal folders".
If you can't find it, create a new folder called "SPAMfighter-1" folder (don't call it "SPAMfighter")
Go to: More -> Options -> Client Settings -> Outlook 2000/2002/2003 -> Select
Choose the folder you have created and press "OK" -> "OK"
Restart Outlook and the spam should go into your new SPAMfighter-1 folder from now on.
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