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For server-wide protection, we suggest MagicSpam.

We use Fusemail for better per-domain filtering.

Mailchannels for outbound spam protection and blacklist protection.
 

ES - George

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Are you referring to inbound spam to your customer's email accounts, or outbound spam being sent by your customers?

If inbound, consider trying out SpamAssassin, and also looking at the RBL filtering options (Spamhaus and Spamcop are available, others can be added too).

If outbound, what are you commonly seeing as the pattern? Compromised scripts sending out spam (i.e. from public_html/script/spamfile.php) or perhaps authenticated email accounts? Have a look at this.
 

cPanelLauren

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Personally, I use SpamAssassin, it's very configurable and simple but the rulesets we provide in Tweak Settings are all a lot of people need. This works for both inbound and outbound spam though we do require you specifically enable it for outbound as it can cause higher resource usage if you have a busy mailserver.

The RBL filtering suggestion is fantastic @ES - George as well as the 3rd party recommendations @GOT I've also hear good things about SpamExperts if you wanted to go with a 3rd party service as well as ASSP for something to manage yourself. We even recommended two of those in our blog post here: 3 cPanel & WHM Add-ons For Fighting Spam Email | cPanel Blog

Thanks!