SPAM Filtering Service
Stonehill College utilizes a Spam Filtering Service (SFS) to stop spam, viruses, phishing, denial of service, and directory harvesting attacks, and prevent disruptions of email service to users.
The SFS removes suspected junk mail messages from your incoming mail and consolidates them into a daily single email which is sent to you daily. This allows you to retrieve any legitimate messages captured by the filter and discard the rest.
The SFS is relatively straightforward and easy to use, but we've provided a guide to help you begin. See Getting Started with the Spam Filtering Service.
If you are having difficulty logging in to the SFS, please visit the SPAM Filter Password Reset page.
For more information on using Postini, the Stonehill College SPAM Filtering Service, please select the following links for instructional videos on each topic.
|Managing Quarantined Messages|
|Managing Your Approve List & Block List|
More about Information Security
Your e-mail is a constant source of electronic threats of various kinds. To learn how to recognize and respond to these threats, please refer to the Information Security page.