Email, Spam Control, Understanding Your End User Digest

This page explains how to read your Spam Control End User Digest.

What is the End User Digest?

Users who have email messages addressed to them stored in the Quarantine will receive an email notification, called an End User Digest (Digest) in their inboxes. 

  • The Digest lists all spam messages caught and placed into Quarantine based on your spam policy.  

Users can look at the message subject headers to determine their content, and decide which actions they want to apply to the messages.  


You can access the digest in the following ways:  

  1. Click the 'Manage My Account' link in the End User Digest (via email from 'spam-digest@uillinois.edu').
  2. Use the Web Interface by opening a browser and point it to the following URL: https://go.illinois.edu/spamdigest.

    • Log in with your Campus NetID and password.


Understanding your End User Digest

The Digest displays a list of the messages and columns that indicate the subject, sender, spam score, and timestamp for each email. The following links are available to complete an action for each email message:


Review the End User Digest settings below.

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Several links in the Digest provide additional functionality for additional Digest management described here:


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