With cPanel, you can get a handle on junk mail using SpamAssassin. You’ll first have to enable SpamAssassin, and then you can either use the default Spam Box folder, or create your own filter in your mail client.
Enable SpamAssassin by logging into your cPanel and clicking the SpamAssassin link. At the top of the page it will tell you whether it’s enabled or not. If it isn’t, click the Enable SmamAssassin button.
After it’s enabled, you have the option to auto-delete spam. Auto-delete is not recommended until you get an idea of the types of mail SpamAssassin thinks is junk; you don’t want to lose access to an important message!
A safer alternative to automatically deleting junk messages is to enable Spam Box. In this setup, your junk mail will be sent to a separate spam folder, which you can review at your leisure.
Finally, if you use your mail client’s built-in junk controls, you might prefer to set up a filter directly in your mail client.
Once you enable SpamAssassin, it should be pretty easy to get a handle on your junk mail.