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Barracuda Spam Appliance, Page 2.

You can select all the items in your list together by selecting the check box to the left of Time Received, or you can check individual boxes. The most common function will be to select all the items and then click the Delete button. However, it’s possible that you will want to select “Deliver” (send all messages) or “Whitelist” (add all senders to a whitelist and then send all messages).

Preferences Tab - Under the Preference tab there are 4 additional tabs:

Whitelist/Black List: Under "Allowed Email Addresses and Domains (Whitelist)" you can add email addresses (ie. litinfo@ucsd.edu) or domains (barracuda.com) that you want to bypass the Barracuda Spam Filter (never quarantined). Under "Blocked Email Addresses and Domains (Blacklist" you can add email addresses (ie. litinfo@ucsd.edu) or domains (barracuda.com) that you want Barracuda to quarantine every time.

All emails, even those that are whitelisted will be analyzed for viruses.

Quarantine Settings: Under "Quarantine Enable/Disable" you can turn on/off the Barracuda Quarantine for your email account. If you turn off the Barracuda Quarantine messages that would have been quarantined will have a [Quarantine] in the subject line. If you receive alot of message from an email address and you don't like the [Quarantine] in the subject line I would suggest "Whitelisting" the email account.

Under Quarantine Notification you can change the notification interval for receiving the Spam Quarantine Summary email. I would suggest leaving this setting to Daily.

Under Default Language you can change the language in which you receive your Spam Quarantine Summary email.

Spam Settings: I would suggest leaving these settings as is.

Password: You can change your Barracuda Spam Appliance password.


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