Junk mail filtering strips out any messages containing spam or viruses before you receive it and is enabled by default on all mailboxes we host. Messages containing a virus are automatically rejected and messages classified as spam will be placed into the "Junk" folder for that mailbox.
You can control the level at which junk mail is filtered for your domain. Note that setting filtering too high may result in some email being incorrectly filtered.
You can block email from a whole domain or TLD, for example if you wanted to block mail from hotmail.com enter "hotmail.com" as the "sender address" below. Or, to block all mail from domains ending .ru enter ".ru" as the "sender address".
Senders that match this rule will be rejected by all mailboxes/forwarders on that domain name.
Senders that match this rule will only be rejected by that specific email address.
You are able to accept all mail (even junk mail) from certain senders. Allowed sender addresses can be mailboxes or domain names. For example, if you wanted to accept all mail from amazon.com enter "amazon.com" as the "sender address".
Senders that match this rule will be allowed through to all mailboxes/forwarders on that domain name.
Senders that match this rule will be allowed by that specific email address, and follow normal rules for all other addresses.