July 10, 2012 — Coral Gables, FL —
The University of Miami is beginning a project to upgrade the email spam filtering services used for the UMail email servers. The change will provide improved spam filtering and additional user options.
Spam Quarantine Notification emails (previously known as End User Digests) will be disabled by default. To receive the spam quarantine notifications, users must "opt-in." In addition, the spam quarantine notifications will have a different look and feel.
At this time no action will be required from users. Users will continue to receive daily Spamblock End user digests up until the services have been migrated. Once migration is complete, users wishing to "opt-in" for spam quarantine notification may do so by clicking here. For additional information on Spamblock, please visit the IT services Spamblock page.
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