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Enabling Spam protection with spam emails kept in separate folder
Posted by Yuri, Last modified by David Suker on 21 November 2019 01:02 PM

If you want to enable spam protection for all e-mail accounts on your domain(s), follow the steps outlined below.

1. Please, go to "Mail -> Spam Assassin™" section of your control panel (CPanel), usually accessible via 

2. Click on "Disable Auto-Delete Spam" button, then go back

3. Does the page say "Spam Box is currently Enabled"? If so, you're ready to go. If not, click on "Disable Auto-Delete Spam" button, go back and make sure the page says "Spam Box is currently Enabled". And you're done!

From this moment, the spam e-mail will be thrown into folder named ".spam", accessible either via your IMAP4 e-mail client (you have to subscribe to ".spam" folder) or via webmail.

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