Spam Filter lists allow you to filter (or auto-mark
for deletion) messages by such criterions as Sender,
Recipient and Subject/Textual Parts. There are
four lists in Mail Box Dispatcher: Blacklist,
Whitelist, Bad Phrases
and Allowed Recipients.
Blacklist is a list of unwanted
senders. Use it to add senders whose messages
you don't want to receive. Mail Box Dispatcher
recognizes a message as Blacklisted if it isn't
Whitelisted and its 'From' contains any of Blacklist
Whitelist is a list of 'friendly'
senders. Use it to add your friends and senders
whose messages you wish to prevent from deletion
by other filter lists. Mail Box Dispatcher recognizes
a message as Whitelisted if its 'From' contains
any of Whitelist strings.
Bad Phrases is a list of bad
words, phrases, clauses, etc.. Use it to filter
messages that contain these words and phrases.
Mail Box Dispatcher recognizes a message as 'Bad
Phrased' if its 'Subject' or 'Textual Parts' contains
any of Bad Phrases strings.
Allowed Recipients is a list
of allowed recipients. If a message has been sent
to a recipient that is not in the list, it will
be filtered. List is empty by default. This means
that all recipients are allowed.
You can show/hide Blacklist,
Whitelist and Bad Phrases
by three buttons at the top-left corner of Mail
Rarely Allowed Recipients list
can be accessed via Tools menu. You can also show/hide
them by 'Alt+1', 'Alt+2', 'Alt+3', 'Alt+4' Shortcuts.
Use the edit fields and Add button to add new
values. You can also:
- right-click on a message in the Message
Browser and select a list do you wish to add
- drag-and-drop a message from the Message
Browser directly into the Blacklist, the Whitelist
or the Allowed Recipients filter lists
- drag-and-drop a selected words or phrases from
Preview directly into the Bad Phrases filter
Note: Please check that all filter list settings
are right for your needs. Use Filter
Lists tab of Tools > Options menu to do