This article describes how to set up your e-mail account to filter messages marked as spam and automatically redirect them to a folder.
After you have enabled Spam Filters, it uses scores to mark suspicious messages as spam. You can have Spam Filters automatically delete these messages. However, in this scenario, you may occasionally lose legitimate messages that are mistakenly marked as spam (these are known as “false positives”).
Alternatively, you can redirect all messages marked as spam into a separate folder in your account. You can check this folder periodically to see if any legitimate messages were mistakenly marked as spam.
If you use a third-party e-mail client application (such as Thunderbird or Outlook), you can set up this filtering directly on the client. However, you can accomplish the same effect by using e-mail filtering rules defined in cPanel. To do this, follow these steps:
Under Rules, specify the filter rules:
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