cPanel Tutorials: Email Filters

How to configure email filters for all accounts in cPanel
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We filmed this tutorial with cPanel & WHM version 11.52 and the Paper Lantern theme, so the interface and features may differ from the current version. We’ll produce newer tutorials as the feature evolves and improves.

Please let us know if there are additional features or procedures that you would like for us to demonstrate with a walkthrough in video format.

5 comments

  1. Charlie Payne on

    Setting up email filters https://www.spamtitan.com/email-filtering-service/, or organizing conversations into folders, is an efficient way to manage your email inbox.
    Yahoo Mail has come into some issues lately, after Reuters reported that they have been spying on emails for the NSA. In what can’t be a coincidence, Yahoo also “temporarily disabled” the ability to forward emails to another address for those who wanted to jump ship after this breach of privacy.

    If these concerns don’t spur you on to drop Yahoo Mail, here’s how you can set up some filters.

    Open your Yahoo email inbox, then click the gear icon in the top-right and choose Settings. Select the Filters tab on the left, then Add a new one. You’ll probably notice that there’s not quite as much filter functionality as in Gmail — you have four fields to customize. These are From, To/CC, Subject, and Body.

  2. Layrouns Andoh on

    I registered my emails today
    and when i send mails, they go to recipient junk/spam

    how do i fix this?

    thank you

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