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Tagging SPAM email instead of using the Quarantine box




If any of your users do not want to use the quarantine box for SPAM they can set their DSPAM preferences in SMCP so that their email is tagged in the subject line with one of the following tags:

[SPAM]
*** SPAM ***
[JUNK]
[JUNK MAIL]

If the email is tagged in the subject then it will appear in the user's inbox with the tag in the subject line.  The user can then create filters in cPanel's webmail interface to deliver the tagged email into a specific folder (like the spam box) or to delete the email if the subject is tagged.  Deleting email based on the subject tag is not recommended because legitimate email may be tagged as SPAM and deleted.

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