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FTC email definitions

Spam filter: A spam filter is a program or software that is used to detect unsolicited and unwanted email and prevent those messages from getting to the users inbox. Like other types of filtering programs, a spam filter looks for certain criteria on which it bases judgments. Watch the video below for more information.

E-mail virus protection: Email virus protection prevents unwanted messages from reaching your email inbox. Your email protection service filters incoming email for junk and virus-infected messages, before they reach your inbox. Legitimate messages are delivered to your inbox as usual, but unwanted and potentially harmful messages are diverted and quarantined at your FTC Personal Dashboard.

FTC Personal Dashboard: The FTC Personal Dashboard is a web-based interface for managing all your messaging security services. You can configure and maintain your Email Filter (EMF). The personal dashboard has 4 tabs:]

  • Messages: View, delete and release filtered messages.
  • Settings: Manage your Spam Digest settings, such as frequency, format, content, and sort order.
  • Policies: Manage your filter settings.
  • Status: Reports of your mailbox name, aliases, digest status, digest history, and monthly activity.