cPanel lets you filter all email that is sent to all of your domain's email accounts. This account is simply a byproduct of account creation, and consists of your cPanel username and the server's hostname, in the format
email@example.com. You cannot use this account to send mail.
We strongly recommend that you use multiple, simple filters instead of a single, monolithic filter. Exim, your server's mail transfer agent, handles many small rules much more efficiently than it handles a single large rule.
Exim has an implicit limit on how large an error message can be. Excessively large filters can exceed that limit whenever an error is encountered, which will make attempt to debug the problem impossible.
It is important to give the filter an appropriate name, as it will make the task of managing existing filters easier in the future.
To create a new filter, perform the following steps:
Enter the characters or words that you wish to use as a filter.
You can also read more about the comprehensive list of options to help you configure your filter.
Once a filter has been created, it can be tested.
To test your filter, perform the following steps:
You can also modify an existing filter.
To edit an existing filter, perform the following steps:
To delete a filter, perform the following steps: