How To Set Up Email Filtering With SpamAssassin
Posted by Daniel Naval on 11 May 2019 04:26 PM
First, you need to Login to your cPanel account.
You will be redirected to the Email Accounts page, then just select the email account you wanted to create Spam folder and click Access Webmail.
Choose which email clients you wish to use from the 3 as seen on the image below.
Once the email account is opened, click on Settings from the upper right corner of the page.
You will be redirected to the Settings page, select the Folders tab and click on the plus (+) sign at the bottom of the page.
A windows will show up asking the Folder name (Named as Spam) then just click on Save.
Once done, you will see the Spam folder from the main page of your webmail.
Now, to set up the Email Filters go back to the Email section and click on Email Filters.
You will be redirected to the Email Filters page. From there, click on Manage Filters and proceed to Create a New Filter.
On the Create a New Filter page, you will be asked to enter a Filter name. You can enter your preferred filter name. For example, “Test Rule”. Then on the Rules section, there are 2 drop down menus where you can set up the rules for filtering.
First drop down menu:
Second drop down menu:
After you have configured the settings you wish to use, you may proceed with the Actions drop down menu. This is the options on what to do with the emails that has been filtered. Once done, click on the Create button to finally set up the email filter.
You will then see a message that the filter has been created successfully.
Click the Go Back button for you to be redirected back on the email account’s filter page. You will see the current filters that has been configured.