Microsoft has warned of a problem that is affecting Exchange Server users and no, it has nothing to do with the vulnerability that we already talked about a few days ago.
Now it is a bug that sends the emails to the "Spam" folder.
And since Exchange refers to a work or school email account, the loss of a particular email may be of more importance than at home. A bug whose solution they are already working on.
All mail in the junk folder
The American company has reported a failure that affects the platform. An error that causes emails, including normal and not classified as spam, to be sent directly to the spam folder.
A failure that has affected different countries, although it is users in North America who have been most affected. In fact, after discovering the failure, Microsoft has gone to work reviewing the diagnostic data to identify the problem.
In this sense, the origin of the bug seems to be due to a recent change that has caused all incoming mail to be sent directly to the "Spam" folder. A bug whose solution they are already working on.
If in your case you notice that some mail is missing, you can go to the "Spam" folder to see if it is hosted there while Microsoft solves the problem.
For those who do not know, Exchange Server is a utility that includes a mail server, an email client that supports POP, IMAP, web emails, as well as its own Microsoft Outlook email client and group work applications that allow users share information.
Date update on 2021-05-28. Date published on 2021-05-28. Category: Computer class Author: Oscar olg Fuente: xatakawindows