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Setting an Email Filter on cPanel
Posted by Lloyd S on 03 October 2014 12:48 PM

Email Filters allow you to manage the flow of your incoming messages. Using filters, you can automatically move, copy, forward, delete your mail, even keep it out of Spam. Here’s how you can setup an Email Filter in a few quick steps.

  1. Login to your Webmail.

  2. Click on ‘Email Filtering’.

  3. Click on ‘Create a New filter’.

  4. Set a Filter Name.

  5. Set the Rules for your filter from the given set of options and set an action for the email that fulfils the criteria.
    For example: If you’d like to move all emails received from [email protected] to a folder Sales, set the criteria as Sender contains [email protected] and the action as Move message to Sales. You can add multiple criterias & actions by clicking on Add.

  6. Click on ‘Create’.

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That’s it. All your new emails will now follow your email filter rules before they step into your inbox.

 

 

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