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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by wallyball2003, Aug 6, 2004.

  1. wallyball2003

    wallyball2003 Registered

    May 9, 2004
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    I have created more than 1,500 spam filters in cPanel. They do a good job of blocking spam for my company. I have also spent a lot of time ensuring they don't block legitimate mail (at least for my company -- those of you in the mortgage business, for instance, would certainly need to tweak them.) Since I spent so many hours creating these, thought I would share the wealth. Hopefully they will be of help to some of you.

    Just don't ask me how to get them in to your cPanel -- I'm not a techie, just a business man. I replaced my domain in the filters with "insertdomain". I imagine you can just replace "insertdomain" with your domain and cut and paste these into your filter file.

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