University of California, Riverside

C&C Antispam



Webmail Filtering


Setting up Filters and Changing the Allowed & Blocked Senders Lists

Webmail users are able to change who they do and do not receive messages from. Besides Spam filtering (enabled by default), there are also Allowed Senders and Blocked Senders lists. To access these features, go to Webmail.

Type in your Username and Password and click Login.
Select Options (as highlighted above). step 2
Select Message Filters. step 3
You will have one or more filters here, the first being the Junkmail filter (turned on by default). This filter will automatically move any emails judged by the system to be Junkmail (also known as SPAM) to the Junkmail folder. You can add additional filters, or modify current filters. The Helpdesk is a good resource for help in this regard. step 4
The Allowed Senders menu item allows you to add addresses that will never be marked as Junkmail. You can also add entire internet domains by entering @domain name (for example @yahoo.com). Caution must be taken when entering entire domains as no action will be taken to filter these even if Junkmail.  
The Blocked Senders menu item allows you to block addresses that you never wish to receive email from. You can also block entire internet domains by entering @domain name (for example @yahoo.com). Caution must be taken when entering entire domains as no email will be received from these domains, even if legitimate and SPAM free.
When done, click the Close button to return to the main mail menu.
 

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University of California, Riverside
900 University Ave.
Riverside, CA 92521
Tel: (951) 827-1012

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Computing & Communications
Computing & Communications Bldg.

Tel: (951) 827-4741
Fax: (951) 827-4541
E-mail: helpdesk@ucr.edu

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