Spam Filtering Setup for Domains on Windows

These instructions assume that you have Cruzio Website Hosting services. If you purchased your Web and Domain account before July 2006, you have Cruzio Classic hosting, which does not filter junk mail in this way.

Spam filtering is automatically enabled for every mailbox, and when a message is marked as spam by the software, the subject line will include the text ***SPAM***. Follow these simple rules to route these messages to a junk folder and keep them out of your inbox.

» Eudora
» Outlook for Microsoft Office
» Outlook Express
» Thunderbird


1) Launch Eudora and open an incoming or outgoing message. If this isn’t done, the Make Filter option (in step 2) won”t show up.

2) From the “Special” menu, choose “Make Filter”.

3) Under “Match Conditions” select “Incoming”, “Manual” and “Subject”.

4) In the text field beside “Subject”, type: ***SPAM***

5) Under “Action”, choose “Transfer to Existing Mailbox” and select the adjacent button.

6) Choose “Junk” from the dropdown menu options and select “Create Filter”.



Outlook for Microsoft Office

1) Launch Outlook and select “Rules & Alerts” from the “Tools” menu
at the top of the window.

2) Select “New” and type “Start creating a rule from a template”.

3) Under “Step 1”, choose “Move messages with specific words in the subject to a folder”

4) Under “Step 2: Edit the rule description”, select the first underlined value and type: ***SPAM***

5) Select the second underlined
value and type: Junk E-mail

6) Note: Some versions of Outlook don”t have a “Junk E-Mail” folder. To create one, select “New Folder” from the menu bar at the
top of the screen and type in “Junk E-mail”, select “OK”.

7) Select “Next” and “Next” and in the following window, select “Turn on this rule”.

8) To complete the setup, select “Finish”, “Apply” and “Ok”.


Outlook Express

1) Launch Outlook Express and and mouse-over “Message Rules” in the “Tools” menu at the top of the window. Choose “Mail”.

2) In the “New Mail Rule” window, select “Where the Subject line contains specific words” in the the first section.

3) In the second section, select “Move it to the specified folder” and select “contains specific words” in the third section.

4) A new window will open called “Type specific words”. Type ***SPAM*** and select “Add”  and the “OK”.

5) Back in the “New Mail Rule” window select “specified” in section 3. A new window will open called “Move”. Highlight “local folders” and select “New Folder”.

6) Type “Spam” without the quotes and “OK”. You should now see the new folder listed in the “Move” window. Select “OK”.

7) Under section four, type the name of the rule you just created, for example: “My spam rule” and select “OK” and
again to close the Window.




1) Launch Thunderbird and choose “Message Filters” from the “Tools” menu at the top of the window.

2) In the window that opens up click on the “New” button and in the “Filter name” field type “Junk Mail”.

3) Under the “Apply filter when:” drop down menu, select “Checking Mail or Manually Run”. Then select “Match any of the following” and choose “Subject” and “contains” from the drop down menus.

4) Type ***SPAM*** into the blank field next to “Contains”.

5) Under “Perform these actions:” select “Move Message to” and choose “Junk” or “Spam” from the “Local Folders” drop down menu and select “OK”.