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How can I automatically delete any mail that is not explicitly addressed to me?

Solution You can do this by creating a permission rule that uses a special keyword to check whether the address in the TO field belongs to you (i.e. it exists as a POP3 account or as an alias). This rule will also delete messages that have NOTHING in the TO field. Note that if your addess is not found in the TO field, it is treated as a BCCd message.

1. Click on Actions | Permission Management...
2. Click on the Rules Tab
3. Click New... to begin creating a new permission rule
4. Click on the "To" tab
5. Enter the phrase (not)(me) exactly as written, including parentheses and with no spaces
6. Change the text in the Rule name field to indicate what you have done. For example, call it "Delete messages not addressed to me"
7. Click on the Actions tab
8. Make sure that the option "Delete sender to junkbox" is checked
9. Click OK to close the New Email Rule dialog
10. Click OK to close the Permission management dialog

You now have a new rule that will delete any message that does not explicitly have your email address in the TO field.


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