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Your instructions say click on Security and then on the Junk tab, but there ain't no Junk tab there--where is it?

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I was following the instructions for setting up the Junk tab functions, but the Junk tab wasn't there where the instructions said it would it be. Anybody know where it is?

I was following the instructions for setting up the Junk tab functions, but the Junk tab wasn't there where the instructions said it would it be. Anybody know where it is?

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Zenos 2265 solutions 12258 answers

Junk "tab"?

Please provide a link to these instructions.

Junk "tab"? Please provide a link to these instructions.
user01229325 2241 solutions 10216 answers

I would guess this page about junk controls. http://kb.mozillazine.org/Junk_Mail_Controls

I would guess this page about junk controls. http://kb.mozillazine.org/Junk_Mail_Controls
Zenos 2265 solutions 12258 answers

Which part is giving you trouble?

Note that Tools|Options is a link to an article about variations in menu layout. That will tell you that if you're using OS X or Linux then it's Edit|Preferences.

If you don't have the traditional menu displayed, but instead have the newer Application Menu, then that article discusses that too.

Alternatively, F10 or <alt> should make the old menu bar appear temporarily, so you can go to View|Toolbars and enable it permanently. Or right-click at the top and a pop-up menu will let you select the Menu Bar.

Which part is giving you trouble? Note that Tools|Options is a link to an article about variations in menu layout. That will tell you that if you're using OS X or Linux then it's Edit|Preferences. If you don't have the traditional menu displayed, but instead have the newer Application Menu, then that article discusses that too. Alternatively, F10 or <alt> should make the old menu bar appear temporarily, so you can go to View|Toolbars and enable it permanently. Or right-click at the top and a pop-up menu will let you select the Menu Bar.

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