Email, Spam Control, Understanding Your Digest

This page explains how to read your Spam Control daily digest.

What is the daily digest?

The daily digest lists all spam messages caught and placed in your Quarantine in the preceding 24 hours (if you are using the Cautious, Cautious Plus or Aggressive spam policies). The daily digest also contains links that allow you to manage your Spam Control preferences. You can have a daily digest delivered to your mailbox each morning.

Understanding your daily digest

The lower half of the digest shows your Quarantine, listing all spam messages caught in the preceding 24 hours. Notice that for each message, the digest lists the spam score, the sender, subject, and date.

  • Release
    You can click on the Release link beside any message you think might be legitimate. The message will be sent to your mailbox within a few minutes. The message will also go through whatever other filters are active along the way and may possibly come through in the Junk box of your email reader.
  • Safelist
    If you are sure a message is legitimate, click on the Safelist link to release the message to your mailbox and add the sender to your Personal Safe Senders List so that future messages are not identified as spam.

In the center of the daily digest are four links that perform certain tasks:

  • Request FULL Digest
    Clicking on this link will send you a digest listing all messages quarantined in the preceding 10 days. Messages older than 10 days are deleted automatically.
  • Request Safe / Blocked Senders List
    This lets you request a listing of all the addresses you've indicated are safe to receive email from, and those from which you want messages blocked.
  • Manage My Options
    This is where you go to select or make changes to your Personal Spam Policy or daily digest settings.



Keywords:email, spam, digest, quarantine, safe senders list, safelist, release, blocked list, spam control   Doc ID:49751
Owner:Email Relays E.Group:University of Illinois Technology Services
Created:2015-03-30 13:32 CSTUpdated:2016-12-21 10:29 CST
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