On behalf of the security team at Microsoft, I am pleased to announce the release of Hotfix Rollup 3 for Forefront Protection 2010 for Exchange.
On April 18th Microsoft shipped Hotfix Rollup 3 for Forefront Protection for Exchange (FPE) to provide a series of product enhancements and new features. For a complete list of the new features and enhancements included in this rollup, along with directions for download, please see our Knowledge Base article: Description of Hotfix Rollup 3 for Microsoft Forefront Protection for Exchange.
As the installer runs, server service restarts may be necessary, so please plan accordingly when applying this hotfix rollup.
Rob McCarthy, Sr. Support Engineer
The release notes say that delivery of quarantined messages is now possible in the original message format.
This is true, but these messages go directly into Outlook's Junk Email folder even when Outlook is configured for No Automatic Filtering.
Is there a fix for this so the messages go to the inbox?
I talked with one of our support personnel and he said we need a few more details to look into your case. We would need to establish what is causing the mail to be flagged as junk mail.
If you would like to, you can open a support case by visiting the following site: support.microsoft.com/.../14783
You can choose your product on the site and follow the instructions to open a case.
Forefront for Office - Technical Writer
The problem is the message still has the following header in it:
When Outlook 2010 sees that header it puts the message into the Junk folder.
I resolved the issue by writing a hub transport rule to set the spam confidence level to -1 on those messages.