Thank you for using Millry's email services.
We know that your email is important to you, and want you to have the
best experience possible sending and receiving your email. We also know
how annoying getting "Spam" in your Inbox can be. With this in mind, we
have developed the following guidelines to assist you in adjusting the
Spam settings for your Inbox. These settings will allow you to "white-list"
emails that you want to receive, and "black-list" emails that you want
to block. "White-listing" ensures that the emails you want to receive
will go directly into your Inbox, keeping them from being trapped in your
Spam folder, while "black-listing" will reduce the spam that actually
makes it to your Inbox.
Important Note: If you "black-list" an email address or a domain, the address will automatically be completely blocked by the filtering system and will not be delivered to your Inbox or Spam folder.
Personal Allow / Deny Address List
1. First, log in to webmail (http://webmail.millry.net), using your Internet user name and password.
2. Next, click the "Options" icon.
3. Select "Spam Filters".
4. When you select the
"Spam Filters" option, about half way down the screen, you will see the
Personal Allow / Deny Address List section. This section
gives you four options for filtering your email.
Changing Your Spam Settings
are thoroughly scanned by our filtering system and given a "Spam Score"
that determines how your email is filtered. This score uses many techniques
for identifying spam, such as looking at key words and phrases to assign
emails a numeric value. For example, certain words such as "Mortgage",
"Free Offer" and "Get Money Now" can give email a higher spam score, causing
the email to be sent to the spam folder. By default, your spam filter
is set to "5" because it catches most spam without blocking too many legitimate
emails. However, this value can be increased or decreased to your preference
b y following the instructions below:
1. On the "Spam Filter" setting page, under the "General Settings" header, choose your desired setting from the drop down menu of the box labeled "Spam Score". One (1) is very aggressive (this is not usually recommended as it will most likely block all email), and Ten (10) is very lenient (this setting will allow most spam to reach your Inbox).
Note: The lower the spam filter setting, the more emails will go into the spam folder. If the setting is too low, and legitimate emails (that should go in to your Inbox) are going in to your spam folder, you may want to "white-list" the legitimate email addresses and/or domains. See instructions under the section labeled "Personal Allow/Deny Address List" in this guide.
2. Once you have adjusted your settings, click "Save Settings" to save your changes. Note: This can be changed as often as needed.
Finding Your Spam Folder
If there is not a spam folder listed in your folder list, one can be created as follows:
1. Click on the "Folders" icon.
2.At the bottom of the page, there is a box that has the spam folder listed. Select the folder and click "Unsubscribe".
3. The box will then move to the right side of the screen. Click the "Subscribe" button.
4. Click the refresh button (the two spinning arrows) above the list of folders to refresh the folder list.
5. The "Spam" folder should now appear.
If you need assistance, or have
any questions or comments,
please feel free to contact Technical Support at 1-888-428-8729.