Preferences -
Filter Sensitivity:
You can adjust how sensitive the filter is by using the scale below. A setting in the middle is usually sufficient.

Less SensitiveMore Sensitive
When the filter identifies a message as spam, it makes a report of all tests and scores assigned.

Include report in headers of original message
Include original as MIME attachment to report (Default)
Include original as text-only attachment to report
Use abbreviated report
The filter may add certain headers to your messages. You can control this behavior here.

Add headers to non-spam messages
Allow multiple lines in headers

Use "Spam Level" header
Spam Level Character:
Subject Rewrite
When a message is identified as spam, the filter can append some text to the subject of the message.

Tag Subject lines

with this text:
Select all the languages you expect to receive e-mail in. Any messages received that are written in languages not checked will be considered possible spam in a foreign language.
Network Tests
Some checks use internet-based databases to identify spam. Check the ones you want to use.

Use Razor v1
Use Razor v2
Use Spamcop
Add Rule -
Add your own custom filter rules here. Here's how:
  1. Choose an action from the menu on the left.
  2. Type the e-mail address or pattern into the field on the right.
  3. Click on the "Add Rule" button.
An asterick (*) can be used as a "wild card" for greater flexibility. For example:
  • * applies to every address at the domain ""
  • *@* applies to every address at any sub-domain of ""
Current Rules -