This is for cPanel and WHM version 68. One can navigate to (cPanel >> Home >> Email >> Email Filters) to work on this feature. Email filter interface helps in allowing a user to filter the email for each email account in one’s own domain.
One must make a use of multiple, simple filters instead of going for a single large filter. The server’s mail transfer agent, that is, the Exim handles numerous small rules more methodically than a single large rule.
It is noteworthy to know that in case one accesses this interface from cPanel’s Webmail interface, then one must proceed to step 2.
One can read our How to Configure Mail Filters article to know more on filter configuration.
If one desires to make a list of the email account’s filters, one can click on Manage Filters in the row of that email account. Thereafter, one will be able to access the list of Current Filters table with all the filters for only the selected email account.
In order to edit an already existing filter, one has to click on Edit option, available next to that specific filter name. After making all the desired changes to the filter, one can click on Save option. Hence, the editing will get saved properly.
If a user wishes to delete a filter, he has to click on Edit option, available next to that specific filter name. After making all the desired changes to the filter, he can click on Save option. Hence, the undesired filter will get deleted.
In order to test a filter,
All technical information on filtering email for each email account in one’s domain is outlined in this review.