How do I disable EmailProtect notifications in my inbox?

EmailProtect • 21 November 2008

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To disable EmailProtect notifications in your inbox, please follow the corresponding instructions for the e-mail application you use.

Setting a rule for Eudora to delete EmailProtect alert messages:

  1. Right-click the message you want to base a rule on (in this case, the email from Quarantine).
  2. Select Make Filter from the shortcut menu.
  3. From the Make Filter window, make sure that conditions Incoming and Manual are checked, and that From is selected. Quarantine should appear in the Contains field.
  4. Under the Action section, select Delete Message (Transfer to Trash).
  5. Click Create Filter.

Setting a rule for Netscape to delete EmailProtect alert messages:

  1. Select the message from a specific sender (in this case, the email from Quarantine).
  2. Select Message > Create Filter From Message from the menu bar.
  3. Type Quarantine for the filter name in the Filter Rules window.
  4. Make sure Match any of the following is selected, and that Sender is Quarantine is displayed.
  5. Under Perform this action, change the selection from Move to folder to Delete the message.
  6. Click OK.
  7. Click OK again.

Setting a rule for Outlook to delete EmailProtect alert messages:

  1. Right-click the message you want to base a rule on (in this case, the email from Quarantine).
  2. Select Create Rule from the shortcut menu.
  3. Select a condition from Quarantine.
  4. Click Next.
  5. Under What do you want to do with the message?, select Delete it.
  6. Click Next.
  7. Click Next from Add any exceptions (if necessary): page.
  8. Edit the name of the rule for the Quarantine message.
  9. Make sure Turn on this rule is checked and click

Setting a rule for Outlook Express to delete EmailProtect alert messages:

  1. Select the message you want to base a rule on (in this case, the email from Quarantine).
  2. Select Message > Create Rule From Message from the menu bar.
  3. Under 1. Select the conditions for your rule:, make sure Where the From line contains people is checked.
  4. Under 2. Select the Actions for your rule:, check Delete it.
  5. Number 3 is a description of your rule. No need to make changes.
  6. Under 4. Name of the rule:, select and type a rule name.
  7. Click OK.

Setting a rule for Pegasus to delete EmailProtect alert messages:

  1. Select the message you want to base a rule on (in this case, the email from Quarantine).
  2. Select Tools > Mail filtering rules > Edit new mail filtering rules > Rules applied when folder is opened.
  3. Click Add Rule.
  4. Select Headers.
  5. For If any of these headers, check Subject.
  6. For Contains this text, type Quarantine
  7. For Then do this: Action: select Delete.
  8. Click OK.
  9. Click Save.
  10. Close the window.