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How to block a particular mailbox or a range of mailboxes belonged to a specific domain from sending emails to Plesk server?

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    John Bertin

    Having tried the server wide option, I found the emails still appearing in the spam folder.

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    Artyom Baranov

    @John Bertin,

    Hi! Such behavior is expected because when you add a mailbox to Black List, mail from that mailbox will be sent to Spam Folder.

    You may use the solution from the Note in Server-wide section to delete all spam messages (this should be configured per mailbox).

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    Kingsley Felix

    Did not work, i still receive email from a domain blocked via server level.

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    Lev Iurev

    @Kingsley Felix Please contact our support in order to clarify the issue.

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