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Spam Filter Setup Guide For Eudora

The following guide will show you how to setup the spam and virus filter for the Eudora email program. Your requirements dealing with Spam may vary to what is illustrated here.

Setup Guides also available for Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express, MacOS & Webmail.

Setting up Eudora:

Open Eudora and from the drop down menu, click on Tools --> Filters

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You will be greeted with a filter dialog within the main Eudora interface. Click the New button at the bottom of the dialog box.Eudora 2

In the Match pane down the right hand side, check the Incoming check box. From the Header select box, choose 'Subject'. Select 'contains' from the Identifier field and enter 'Spam Score sssss' into the following input box. (Note: number of 's' characters refers to the Spam score threshold. The more 's' characters the higher the severity of the email being considered Spam. Refer to the above Spam scoring table.)

In the Action Pane, select 'Transfer To' from the drop down box if you would like to move suspect email to another folder. However you can select 'Junk' to move it directly to the junk folder.

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You can create a new email folder to send your suspect email to, or send it directly to 'Junk'. Click the In Button and select the appropriate folder or create a new one.

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Mail filters have now been setup for Eudora.

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