Using Spam Filters In Netscape 7.2
From the Tools Menu, select Message Filters.
Click on the New button.
Fill in a name for the filter such as Spam Filter or whatever you wish to
call the new filter. Next, make sure Match any of the following is selected.
Use the drop down boxes below that to create a filter that says Subject
contains SPAM. You will have to type in the word SPAM in uppercase
letters in the box on the right. Note that we use this keyword because Active
Web Hosting's spam filtering will autotmatically put the word "SPAM" in the
subject line of any mail regarded as spam. You can use other keywords as well.
For more information on keywords to use in your filters, please see
Spam Keywords To Add To Your Filter Lists.
Finally, click on the New Folder button.
Type in the word Junk or whatever you want to call your Junk email folder.
Click on the drop down box and select the account folder you wish to put it in,
move to the arrow on the right, and then choose choose this for the parent.
Click the OK button.
In the Perform these actions: area, scroll down to find and
click on the box next to Set Junk Status to: From the drop down box,
find Junk. Click the OK button when done. You'll now see your new
filter added to the list. Click the "X" in the upper right of the window to
Netscape also has a Junk Mail feature. To use it, go into the Tools Menu
and select Junk Mail Controls. The recommended settings are as follows:
Enable Junk Mail Controls should be checked.
The following should be selected and/or checked: Do not mark messages as junk
mail if the sender is in my address book: Personal Address Book. Move incoming
messages determined to be junk mail to: "Junk" folder on: (your current email
account you are working with. This should match the same account in the drop
down box at the top of this settings window). When I manually mark messags as
Junk: Move them to the "Junk" folder. Click the OK button when done.