We’ve had a couple of instances where a few of our customers inquired about the scope to automatically move emails marked as Spam to a specific folder, for example: \”Spam\”
Well this is more of an issue pertaining to Email Filtering with Spam Assassin. And, subject line rewrite is no longer supported by SpamAssassin.
Though, one should check with the mailing clients for additional filtering tools.
Also, you may use the email filtering tools that we offer with cPanel. To access them, please follow the below steps :
Step 1 : Create a folder with a desired name within the webmail, for example ‘Spam’
Step 2 : Access cPanel and choose User Level Filtering
Step 3 : Look for ‘Manage Filters’ option against email address and click it
Step 4 : Click the Create a new Filter button
Step 5 : Use a desired name for this filter rule
Step 6 : From the drop-down menu, change the “From” to “Spam Status“
Step 7 : Then again from the drop-down, replace the “equals” to “begins with”
Step 8 : Further below, type Yes
Step 9 : Further, from the drop-down menu replace the “Discard Message” to “Deliver to folder”
Step 10 : Hit the change option and choose the newly created Spam folder name.
Step 11 : Hit the Activate button to get things rolling as per your expectations.
If you need any help with this, please feel free to contact our 24/7 technical support via. live chat system for instant solutions to your issues.