We have a spam issue in which emails, sent originally to another email address, are then being forwarded in bulk to one of our support emails.
Since forwarding an email changes some of the headers, standard email blacklisting options do not work. The emails are not inherently "spam" in a...
For the last few days, I have seen some unknown emails that are trying to send remotely but have been rejected. I don't know why this is happening. Please check the screenshot and guide me on how I can stop this to protect my IP for listing.
In some article i read that SpamAssasin can block mail based on source IP being in DNSBLs like spamhaus.org
As cPanel (v. 100.0.4) user (not admin) i do not see how to do this. I am bothered by SPAM from one company subnets currently and i see these listed also on stopforumspam.com
I have this filter rule i wanna set to all our emails we have
the filter needed in the screenshot attached
any email that contains the "unsubscribe" word on the body is moved automatically to spam folder
so i want to apply this filter rule to all our emails and we have about 90 email i...
Using the "Filter Incoming Emails by Domain" system on WHM has proven to be fairly good at mitigating some but not all spam emails. However, could the documentation ( Filter Incoming Emails by Domain | cPanel & WHM Documentation ) add some clarity as to how much this can slow down the...
Our mailboxes are under spam bombardment and I am unable to do anything about it. I have checked the web nd the forums but it all starts with enabling the spam assassin or something else from the main panel. The problem that I have is, there is no spam option in my main panel...
I was working in a client's cPanel today when I noticed this suggestion in the auto-delete section of the spam filters page:
This isn't exactly a true statement. Enabling the spam folder will not allow you to recover a message that you delete unintentionally.
I think this would be more accurate: