Your college email gives you the ability to manage lists of email addresses and domains that you want to block or allow emails from.
To get to the Junk email settings from your inbox: Click on Options, then Select Block or Allow.
This list will contain domains and email addresses that you choose are safe for you. Any email coming from the domain or email in this list will be directly delivered to your Inbox.
In the Safe Senders and Recipients box, type an email address or domain in the text box, and then press Enter.
Quick Tip: To add a sender to your safe sender's list, in an email message you've received from that sender, right click on the sender's name, select Junk Mail, then choose Add Sender to Safe Senders list, or Add Sender's Domain to Safe Senders list.
This list will contain domains and email addresses from which you do not want to receive email messages. Messages that are received from any email address or domain on your Blocked Senders List are sent directly to your Junk Email folder.
In the Blocked Senders list, type an email address or domain in the text box, and then press Enter.
At the bottom of the page, there is a checkbox with the text “Don't trust e-mail unless it comes from someone in my Safe Senders and Recipients list or local senders” Selecting this option will automatically send all incoming emails to your Junk email folder unless the person is in your Safe Senders list. Most students will probably not want to select that option.
Quick Tip: To add a sender to the blocked senders list, in an email message you've received from that sender, right click on the sender's name, select Junk Mail, then choose Add sender to blocked senders list. This will automatically send all incoming emails from this sender to your Junk email folder.
There will be an automatic delete from the deleted items and junk email folders after about 14 days.
Our college email systems block over 300,000 spam message a day. However, we cannot eliminate all bogus email messages. Therefore, it is very important that you understand how to identify which email messages might be malicious or suspicious.
Phishing e-mail messages are designed to steal your identity. They ask for personal data, or direct you to web sites or phone numbers to call where they ask you to provide personal data. Unauthorized users may then use your information to send email from your email address, access your bank and other accounts, or purchase items on your credit card,
If you have additional questions, contact the help desks.