Kolab Now doesn’t filter spam out of your INBOX aggressively — it is really up to the customer to decide what to do with spam, and how to treat spam. It is discretionary. This article outlines how you could treat spam, in the form of a few suggestions.
Discard Definite Spam Messages
Go to “Settings” -> “Filters”. Create a new filter called “Spam Block”. Note you should not need to create a new “Filter Set”, but you should have at least one “Filter Set” enabled.
Under “For incoming mail”, fill out the form as illustrated in the image on your right-hand side.
To discard the message(s), use “Delete message” under “… execute the following actions:”
Deliver Some Spam to the Spam Folder
Go to “Settings” -> “Filters”, if you are not there already. Create a new filter called “Spam to Spam”.
Under “For incoming mail”, fill out the form as illustrated in the image on your right-hand side. Note that in the example, I use 3 consecutive asterisks, basically indicating I want everything with a score of 3 or higher to be delivered to my Junk folder.