**SL-JUNK** -- What is this?
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    **SL-JUNK** -- What is this?

    Hey guys,

    I have a network printer at work that allows me to set up an email client to send scans to email addresses. The issue I'm having now is that is comes out as **SL-JUNK** and then the name of the specified file.

    This also seems to happen with Blackberries.

    Does anyone know what **SL-JUNK** means and how I can go abouts getting rid of this?

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    Do you have a model number for the printer?
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    Thanks for the reply Ms. Mittens,

    It is a Toshiba e-Studio 451cSeries

    This also happens with our Blackberry service, if that helps.

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    Hello MS. Mittens,

    I think I may have come up with the answer. After a lot of asking around, SL-Junk stands for Somewhat Likely Junk. Seems to be an option that needs to be redirected on an email server.

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