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Configuring the spamfilter

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The following explains how you can adjust your personal spam filter to keep annoying spam mails out of your mailbox.


Web interface

Open the web interface under this link: https://mail.4net.ch. By default, the language is set to German, but it can be set to English in the settings.

Here you can log in with your access data, which you also use for your e-mail account.


After logging in, you will be taken directly to the main page, where you will find an overview of all spam mails that have been sent to you.


Changing the language

First head to the settings by clicking on the figurine in the top-right corner. Choose then Einstellungen (Preferences).


Here you can set the language to English under the point Sprache.


Save your settings by clicking Ok.


Quick filter

Using the quick filter in the upper right corner, you can display all released or unreleased spam mails.


Spam-settings

To configure your spam settings, click on the figurine in the top-right corner again and choose Preferences.


On the newly opened page you will find the "Account Settings" and "General Settings" in the upper area. These are only for direct customization of the web interface.


Important for you is the Antispam Management.


Under number 1 you can specify which addresses are spam and should not be delivered.


In number 2 you can specify addresses which are not spam and should be delivered under all circumstances.


Under number 3 you can activate and deactivate the automatic white listing for external recipients whom you send messages.

This means, for example, if you send an e-mail to a person outside your company, it will automatically be added to the white list.


Under number 4 you can switch the spam report on and off. This notifies you if mails have been detected as spam and gives you the choice of whether to deliver them anyway.


This is what a spam report looks like which you receive by e-mail.


Tip: For example, if you want to block all senders with a specific extension, you can do this using a * variable.

e.g. *@amazon.com       

→ blocks all senders with the ending amazon.com


This completes the configuration of your spam filter.

If you have any questions or ambiguities, our 4net support team will be happy to help you

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  1. Riccardo Nuolf

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