Anti-Spam Service

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    The anti-spam service in the current IUP e-mail environment will aid in identifying and handling messages that may be spam.

    The anti-spam service uses content filtering to determine if a message should be considered spam. Therefore, as with any anti-spam utility, there is a risk that some legitimate e-mail messages will be flagged as spam (i.e., false-positives). There is also the possibility that some spam will not be detected (i.e., false-negatives). This does not mean the filter is malfunctioning. It is extremely important to visit the links below to understand the anti-spam service.

  • How to Opt Out of the Anti-Spam Service
    Step-by-step instructions to turn off the anti-spam service on your IUP e-mail account.
    Terms Related to the Anti-Spam Service
    Common terms and definitions related to the anti-spam service.
    Understanding the Anti-Spam Service Whitelist and Blacklist
    An overview of your anti-spam service whitelist and blacklist, along with an explanation of the default settings.
    How to Manually Update Your Whitelist or Blacklist
    Use the whitelist and blacklist feature of the anti-spam service to define spam handling for your e-mail account.
    Anti-Spam Service FAQ
    Learn more about the anti-spam service by reading these frequently asked questions.
    Using the Anti-Spam Service
    How the anti-spam service works.
    Blocked Domains
    E-mail messages from selected domains can be blocked at the server level.  Find out what domains are blocked and why.