Filters allow you to block certain types incoming mail.  Filters are universal; that is, you cannot set a filter for specific e-mail accounts.  To create filters, first access the "E-Mail Menu" from the control panel.  Then, click the "Filters" icon.



The first option allows you to block all e-mail from a specific e-mail address.  Type in the full address and click "Block."  


The second option allows you to block all e-mail from a specific domain.  Enter the domain name (without the "www") and click "Block."  


You can block all e-mail containing a specific word by typing in the word and clicking "Block."  This feature will look for banned words in both the e-mail subject and body.  


You may also set the maximum file size of incoming mail by entering a value in kilobytes (1024 kilobytes = 1 megabyte) and clicking "Block."


The adult filter can be turned on and off by clicking the "Enable" button.  The adult filter will block the most common adult phrases, words, and addresses.

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