CVC Internet Help Guide

How to Create Mail Filters in Netscape 6.0 and Higher

Please Note: These instructions are for users 
who have experience setting up software programs.
 


1.    Open Netscape Mail,  click on "Edit" and select "Message Filters."

How to Create Mail Filters in Netscape 6


2.    On the right hand side of the "Message Filter" window, select "New."

How to Create Mail Filters in Netscape 6


3.    In the "Filter Rules" window, type in the name of the filter you want to use (for example:
      "100% Risk Free").  Under "Conditions," mark "match ALL of the following conditions." 
      At the bottom of the window under "Actions," select "Delete" from the drop down menu. 
      Click "OK" to continue.

How to Create Mail Filters in Netscape 6


4.    You will be returned to the "Message Filters" window showing you the new filter you just
       created.  Click "OK" to return to Netscape Mail.

How to Create Mail Filters in Netscape 6


Beware of spelling and how these Spammers are wording things.  You will need to create different filters for each piece of Spam.  It is time consuming, but once you have created the rule, those messages should go directly into your "Deleted Files" box.

Don't forget to empty your "Deleted Files" box - it will start filling up fast after the filters are in place!


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