Webmail Spam Filtering

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Filtering with XMission's Webmail

Your Webmail filtering system is very robust and capable of many possibilities. This guide will cover the basics to help you get started in creating your own filtering system to combat spam.

Changing your Spam Filtering

  • 2) Hover your cursor over the "Mail" tab and click "Filters"

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  • 3) Navigate to the rule named "Spam Filter"

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  • 4) Increase or lower the spam filtering level. The higher the number, the more loose while the lower the number is more strict.
  • 5) Tell the filter which folder to send the unwanted emails to, like "Junk"
  • 6) Click save

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Whitelisting and Blacklisting

There are a few different ways to go about whitelisting and blacklisting in your XMission webmail. Let's start with the most simple way.

Whitelist/Blacklist from your Inbox

  • 2) In your Inbox, check the box from the address you are wanting to whitelist/blacklist
  • 3) Click "Other" in the top right corner and choose "Whitelist" or "Blacklist"

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If you want to manage your Whitelist or Blacklist in bulk, you can follow these simple steps.

Whitelist/Blacklist from your Filters

  • 2) Hover your cursor over the "Mail" tab and click "Filters"

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  • 3) Navigate to the rule named "Whitelist/Blacklist"

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  • 4) Click inside the Whitelist/Blacklist to add/remove addresses, following by clicking "Save" when you are complete

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