The variations on Subject words and From addresses may be too much to enter.
Often, many different Subjects and From actually come from the same email server.
You can filter out the email by the IP address of the server that is being used to send out spam.
To find the IP, select Preferences, and Select the Display Message Headers option
|Web Messaging v7.07
|Mail Sending Options|
Don't edit original message
Don't include attachments
Don't include original message
|Reply message (original message indicator):||">" None|
|Save copy of outgoing mail in Sent folder:||No Yes|
|Include Signature:||No Yes|
|Confirm sent messages:||No Yes|
|Use Java:||1.1 1.2 for Spell check Applet|
|Open IMail Web Calendaring in:||New Current window|
|Message Display Options|
|Number of messages per page:||10 20 50 100|
|Initial sort criteria:||From
|Sort Messages:||Ascending Descending|
|Display Message Headers:||Basic Full|
Show with message text
|Menu buttons in read message screen:|| Top
|Show new messages for:||Main
|MessagePreview:||Enable Preview, Preview Size: (Max. 128 Characters)|
|Delete messages:||Move to delete
|Confirm delete messages:|
Then go to your Main mailbox and look for the IP in the Header
Then go to Processing Rules and add that IP to the list. Where the Header contains the IP, send it to the Delete (NUL) box for immediate deletion. Or, you could send it to your Zap_Spam box to check it out first, before deletion.