The Law Center's email server is configured with Spam Manager, an anti-spam filtering program. When spam is detected, the filter quarantines the email in a personal spam repository and then advises the user via email. The notification email explains how to access your spam repository.
You do not have to check your personal spam repository. Your quarantined email will automatically be deleted after two weeks. However, if you would like to view the items in your repository or move them to your Inbox, you can do so by browsing to https://spammanager-3.messagelabs.com/login.xsp. Your user name is your LawMail address. If you do not already have a Spam Manager password, the system will walk you through creating one.
Individuals cannot unsubscribe from Spam Manager, as it is a service that is applied to the Law Center's email server and hence affects everyone. If you are expecting important emails but not receiving them, the IST Department recommends that you log into your Spam Manager account to check for them. You can read your emails from within Spam Manager.
Please be advised that if you use an outside email account to send mass emails to the Law Center, Spam Manager may consider it spam and quarantine the emails. To get around this, send mass emails through your Georgetown Google Apps for Education email account.