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Automatically Allow or Block Email in Classic WebMail
Last Updated: Thu, 20 Oct 2011 > Related Articles
This article provides steps on how to automatically allow or block certain email in WebMail. This feature will block senders as well as domains. You can block or allow up to 10 addresses / domains.
This article included information for the following:
- Enable blocking
- Block senders and domains
- Exception List
See also Using Cox Classic WebMail
- From the WebMail Inbox window, click Settings.
Result: The Message Settings window displays.
- Click Allow and Block Messages.
Result: The Advanced Blocking Features window displays.
At the Advanced Blocking Features window, select the Activate advanced blocking features option under Enable blocking.
Note: To allow all messages, choose the Do not use advanced block sender and domains functionality option.
Block Senders and Domains
- At Blocked Senders and Domains, list the senders and domains you want to block. Place each entry on a separate line.
- At Blocked Mail Actions you can delete them and place them in the trash or move them to a designated folder you create.
- Click OK.
Note: WebMail blocks messages from all senders and domains listed in the blocked list, except those you place in the exception list. For example, this means you can block all messages from "somedomain.com," with the exception of "firstname.lastname@example.org," who is in your allowed list.
At Exception List, list the senders and domains you want to allow. Place each entry on a separate line.
All steps complete.