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Cannot find Settings option for creating filters or changing forwarding arrangements

Apologies if this has been addressed elsewhere.

The settings option on webmail seems to be offering only very "Basic Settings". The previous option to enter advanced settings seems to have disappeared.

Can any kind soul please advise where to find the Settings option for creating filters or changing forwarding arrangements?

Many thanks for reading this!

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Re: Cannot find Settings option for creating filters or changing forwarding arrangements

Look under Email:

Filter settings.PNG

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Re: Cannot find Settings option for creating filters or changing forwarding arrangements

Graham,

You are indeed a superstar!  Thank you so much for your very speedy response.

I think I was mistaking the setup with Gmail, which seemed very similar sometime ago.

Thanks again!

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Re: Cannot find Settings option for creating filters or changing forwarding arrangements

One further thing, are POP and MAPI now set on by default?

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Re: Cannot find Settings option for creating filters or changing forwarding arrangements

POP and IMAP are on by default.  I don't think MAPI works for VM Mail.

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