Working with User Level Filters using cPanel

In the previous article, I mentioned the steps required for account level filtering of emails. In this post, you will learn about the application of filters for each individual email.

(1) Login to cPanel

(2) Select User Level Filtering option located under Mail navigation panel

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(3) You will view Manage Filters page

(4) Select Manage Filters link against the relevant account name

(5) Select Create a New Filter button on the displayed page and follow the steps mentioned in my previous article.

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