Cool User Spam Filters
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--Ericx 09:45, 16 February 2007 (CST)
Where to create filters
Filters are created from the Options tab of your personal email account.
filter> header> X-Spam-Level contains *** (number of stars desired) then kill or move to junk folder
Mass Mail Filter
Move mail that has the word unsubscribe in in to a folder called PossibleSpam.
Check against my Contact List
User mail filter that compares contacts in the email against people in your contacts list. If there is a match it makes sure they stay in your in box. This can help undo other settings that happen.
Move email back to the inbox, if email contains certain words, like names of organizations, or projects, stuff that spammers would not normally know. You can remove the TO: option if you like.
Basic Spam Folder filter
Simply moves email with a subject line of PossibleSpam into a folder created by the user, called possible spam. The email server tags it with possible spam automatically, if spam filtering is enabled in Zimbra. See your system administrator if this is not the case.
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