Help Desk- Enable/Disable Outlook Clutter Filter

Instructions on how to Enable or disable the Outlook Clutter filter for all Outlook clients.

What is the Clutter Folder in Outlook?

Clutter is a feature in Office 365 designed to help you focus on the most important messages by moving lower priority messages from your Inbox folder to a new folder named 'Clutter'.

Clutter learns from your actions to determine the messages you are likely to ignore. As less important messages arrive, they are automatically moved to the Clutter folder. A notification email will then be sent to your account once a week notfiying you which sender addresses have been marked to move to Clutter automatically. 
Any messages which you have specified a mail filter for will still be controlled by the filter and will not be affected by the Clutter feature.

Clutter can sometimes sort mail that you may deem necessary and you can easily disable the feature by following the steps bellow. 

Enable/Disable Outlook Clutter Filter

Navigate to and Click on Ranger Mail to launch the Outlook Web App. 

In the upper right hand corner click on the Cog Wheel.
Type Clutter into the search box and choose Clutter.

Lastly you can either Check the box to enable clutter or uncheck it to disable it from outlook and click Save to save your settings that you changed. 

If you disable clutter it will then be cease to sort mail for your Outlook clients and for the Outlook Web App.  All mail will proceed to go the the inbox like normal for you to view and sort manually. 

Keywords:Clutter, clutter, outlook, enable, disable, filter, spam filter, clutter filter, outlook filter,   Doc ID:77602
Owner:Anthony K.Group:UW Parkside
Created:2017-10-25 11:09 CDTUpdated:2017-11-07 12:46 CDT
Sites:UW Parkside
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