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  1. Thanks for considering my suggestion.
  2. Change cPanel Spam Assassin options to some like: 1) Enable (disable) Spam Assassin for all mailboxes - or - 2) Allow Spam Assassin to be configured for each mailbox individually If option 2, allow the user to enable/disable Spam Assassin on WebMail. Same suggestion for email filters.
  3. In addition to the global pop filters and spam assassin, it would be useful to allow each email user to configure filters and spam assassin. For example, John Smith who lives in an apartment might filter out messages containing 'mortgage' though Mary Jones, who is refinancing her home, might be expecting mail ffom mortgage companies. User-level email configuration could be specified on the webmail page.
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