|Subject:||How is score assigned to emails|
|Creation date:||12/14/15 4:35 PM|
|Last modified on:||8/13/18 11:01 AM|
Scoring method in Xeams
Every email in Xeams passes through several filters and each filter assigns a score. The higher the score, the higher the chance for it being junk. By default, an email is considered junk if it is assigned a score higher than 100. If a email(s) receives a score less than 60 it is considered good. Emails having a score between 60 and 100 fall in a gray area called possible junk.Click here
to read more about scoring and types of filters available in Xeams.
Add a comment to this document
Do you have a helpful tip related to this document that you'd like to share
with other users?
This area is reserved for useful tips. Therefore, do not post questions here. Instead, use our public forums
to post questions.