How to set email filters in cPanel ?

You can use e-mail filters to filter or block unwanted messages based upon a certain set of conditions. There are two types of e-mail filters that you can create:

E-mail filters: You can configure filters for specific e-mail accounts.

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Global e-mail filters: You can configure filters that apply to all e-mail accounts for a domain.

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CREATING AN E-MAIL FILTER

You need to follow these steps to create an e-mail filter:

* Log in to cPanel.

* In the EMAIL section of the cPanel home screen, do one of the following:

To create a filter for a specific e-mail account, click Email Filters:

Locate the account for which you want to add a filter, and then click Manage Filters.

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To create a global e-mail filter, click Global Email Filters:

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Click Create a New Filter.

 

  • In the Filter Name text box, type the filter name.

You should use a filter name that is easily identifiable so you can tell what the filter's purpose is. Also, filter names must be unique; you cannot use duplicate filter names.

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  • Under Rules, specify the filter rules. For example, to filter e-mail messages that contain the word buy in the subject:

In the first list box, select Subject.rules

 

  • In the second list box, select contains.

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Type buy in the text box.

 

  • Under Actions select Discard Message

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  • Now hit the Create button!

 

Filters use strict logic in determining how to handle messages. Make sure that your filter rules are not too broad. Otherwise, you may unintentionally block messages that you want to receive. Also, the text in rules is not case-sensitive. A rule that specifies buy and a rule that specifies BUY are equivalent.

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