Use Junk Mail Handling to decide what to do with unwanted Internet e-mail, also known as spam, that is sent to your GroupWise e-mail address.
Internet e-mail includes all e-mail where the sender’s address is in the form of email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, and so forth. Internal e-mail is e-mail where the sender is part of your GroupWise system and thefield shows only the name of the sender, not an Internet address.
An Internet domain is the part of the e-mail address that comes after the @. For example, in the address Henry@example.com, the Internet domain is example.com.
For information about the Junk Mail folder, see Junk Mail Folder.
Your system administrator can turn off Junk Mail Handling so that it is not available.
If you want to block or junk internal e-mail, you can use rules. (For more information, see Section 8.3, Creating a Rule.) For example, you can create a Delete rule that moves all items from a specific e-mail address or entire Internet domains to your Trash folder. Or you can use the following procedure to create a Move to Folder rule that moves items with a specified subject to your Junk Mail folder.
On the main WebAccess page, clickin the upper right corner.
Selectfrom the drop-down menu of the field, then click .
Type a name in thefield, such as Junk Mail Rule.
Use Define Conditions to add specific information to your rule.
In the first condition field, select.
In the second condition field, select.
In the last condition field, type the name of the person or a specific Internet domain as it displays in thefield of a mail message. For example: email@example.com or @corporate.com.
Select the Junk Mail folder as the destination folder.
Verify that the check box is selected next to the rule you just created, then click.