Disable spam filtering for specific mailboxes

Updated 2 months ago by admin

You may wish to entirely disable spam filtering for certain mailboxes in your organisation. Email Security allows you to do so easily, by simply setting up a new Message Rule.

  1. Visit your USS Dashboard and click ProductsE-mail SecurityCustom Rule Data.
  2. Click and create a new Rule Data. Give it a sensible name, such as "No Spam filtering".
  3. Enter the email addresses of the mailboxes you want to exclude, one address per line.
  1. Click .

For Inbound mail

  1. Click Message Rules and then click to create a new Rule.
  2. Give the Rule a sensible name, such as "No Spam filtering - Inbound".
  3. Add a Recipient Condition, with the logic set to Matches: No Spam Filtering (or whatever you named the Rule Data in Step 2).
  4. Add a Direction Condition, with the logic set to Matches: Inbound.
  5. Do not add any Actions.
  6. Add a Deliver Final Action.
  7. Click .
  8. Drag the new Rule to a sensible place in your Message Rules window. If your Service Provider has set up your account with a group of default Rules, dragging this new Rule to sit above the Confirmed Phishing Rule is a good choice.

For Outbound mail

  1. Click Message Rules and then click to create a new Rule.
  2. Give the Rule a sensible name, such as "No Spam filtering - Outbound".
  3. Add a Sender Condition, with the logic set to Matches: No Spam Filtering (or whatever you named the Rule Data in Step 2).
  4. Add a Direction Condition, with the logic set to Matches: Outbound.
  5. Do not add any Actions.
  6. Add a Deliver Final Action.
  7. Click .
  8. Drag the new Rule to a sensible place in your Message Rules window. If your Service Provider has set up your account with a group of default Rules, dragging this new Rule to sit above the Confirmed Spam Rule is a good choice.


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