In order to use spam in cPanel, you will first need to create a new email account. Once you have done so, you will need to login to your cPanel and click on the “Spam” icon. From here, you can choose to either enable or disable spam filtering for your new email account. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our support team for more assistance.
Log in to cPanel
If you’re new to cPanel, the first thing you’ll need to do is log in. You can do this by visiting your hosting company’s website and clicking on the “cPanel” link, which will usually be located in the footer or somewhere else on the page.
Once you’ve clicked on the link, you’ll be taken to a login page where you’ll need to enter your username and password. If you don’t know your login credentials, contact your hosting company for assistance.
Once you’ve logged in, you’ll see the main cPanel dashboard. From here, you can begin managing your website and its content.
On the Spam Filters page, click Process New Emails and Mark them as Spam
The first step is to click on the Spam Filters icon, which can be found in the Email section of your cPanel.
Once you are on the Spam Filters page, locate the Process New Emails and Mark them as Spam button towards the top of the page. After clicking this button, a popup window will appear asking if you are sure you wish to process all new emails and mark them as spam. If you are certain that you want to do this, click on the Process button. Please note that this action can not be undone.: The second step is to confirm that you want to process all new emails and mark them as spam by clicking on the Process button in the popup window. Once you have clicked this button, all new emails will be processed and marked as spam. Please note that this action can not be undone.: After taking these steps, any new email messages will automatically be processed by your spam filter and marked as spam if necessary. This should help cut down on the amount of junk mail that you receive in your inbox.”
To enable auto-deletion of spam messages, click Automatically Delete New Spam (Auto-Delete)
When you enable the Automatically Delete New Spam (Auto-Delete) feature, cPanel automatically deletes all new spam messages that it detects in your account. This can help to protect your email account from being overwhelmed by spam messages, and can also help to prevent your inbox from becoming cluttered with unwanted messages.
To enable the Automatically Delete New Spam (Auto-Delete) feature, follow these steps:
1. Log in to cPanel.
2. In the Email section of the cPanel home screen, click Email Filters.
3. Under Create a New Filter, enter a name for the filter in the Filter Name field. Then, select Include All Messages in the message selection drop-down menu. Finally, click Create Filter.:
4. In the Actions section of the page that appears next, select Discard Message from the Perform These Actions drop-down menu.:
5. Click Update Filter.:
Your filter is now active and will automatically delete any new spam messages that are detected in your account!