The first page you will see is the login page.
Password: your email password
After you log in, the first page you will see is this:
This is the home page. This page will show your basic settings, as well as any messages pending for approval.
From this page, you can set up White lists and Black lists, using the Accept and Reject List on the right. This will either permanently allow or deny specific senders. This only affects your specific spam account, and this action is reversible.
Filtering Aggressiveness: this allows you to set the strictness of the spam filter. The more Lenient you go, the spam filter will allow more messages to pass through to your inbox. The higher the setting, the fewer messages will pass through to your inbox.
By default, the Netrepid Spam filter will allow most messages to come through until you mark them as spam. Marking spam is done through the links at the bottom of every email you receive.
There are 3 links at the bottom of your emails:
Spam: this will mark the message as spam
Not Spam: will mark the message as not spam and will allow other messages like it to pass through to your inbox in the future.
Forget previous vote: this will take a message that you have previously marked as either spam or not spam and remove your notification.
Microsoft Outlook 2010 has been known to mistake these options as a phishing attempt. This is a false positive. To disable this feature in Outlook 2010, follow these instructions.
Note If you later turn on this feature, links in previous messages that were evaluated as suspicious by the Junk Email Filter are disabled.
The Next page is the Trap Contents:
On this tab, you can see all of you messages that are marked as spam, not spam, and pending. From here you can remove messages from any of those categories. You can also search for messages if you have a large list, and want to remove something from a category.
The Rules Page:
This page will allow you to set custom rules. For example, on the senders page, you can set a sender address to always be allowed or to reject. This tab also gives you the option to block/allow an entire domain (ie:*@gmail.com), or block/allow a country.
The Reports Page:
This page will show you historical reports on your spam
The Preferences Tab:
These options are for advanced users. We recommend leaving the settings as they are.