How to crerate Webmail's Black & White List
Posted by Admin on 15 July 2005 08:51 AM
 
Adding Rules to the Black & White List :
 
 Click on the button, then click on the link.

 
 
Follow the following steps :
 
STEP 1:
 
Select the correct Action for the rule: Reject, Accept, etc.
Use the Mark as Spam action to identify messages that should be moved to the Spam folder for review instead of just being rejected.
 
STEP 2:
 
Select the Item on which you want to base the rule: Sender, Header (includes Subject), Body, etc.
 
STEP 3:
 
Specify the Function: Contains string..., Starts With String, etc.
 
STEP 4:
 
Type in the text String which is unique to this rule you want to create.

If you selected Contains String, separate multiple keywords in the string with a semi-colon.  For example the string "Xanax; X(a)n@x; xanaax" covers most of the ways spammers have spelled, or masked, that particular medicine in subject lines.
 
STEP 5:
 
Identify whether or not the rule is Case Sensitive (upper- and lower-case sensitive), usually the rule will not be case-sensitive.
 
STEP 6:
 
When finished, click on the Add button. 

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