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Re Email blocking

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by mortechsystems, Jul 28, 2005.

  1. mortechsystems

    mortechsystems Registered

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    Can cpanel have a management tool within a hosted domain to block certain email addresses or keywords in the subject header or message body.
    Sorry if it seems like a dumb question if it already those features.
    David
     
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    Cpanel>>Mail>>Spamassassin and Email filters
     
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    block email

    Well that is fine for pukes, but what about for Server Admins (root) that want to block email with extreme predudice!!! (Like those 530, 553 or 554) errors that AOL likes to bounce back at you if you have a spammer on your IP!

    What does Cpanel/WHM offer us on a global basis?
     
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    It gives you the Exim Configuration Editor. For more on blocking email, read the myriad of threads talking about it on these forums, or you'll have to go over to www.exim.org and have a good read.
     
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    Thanks and no thanks... I don't need another migraine today... I'll search the threads...

    What I can't understand, is how everyone thinks exim is so easy to understand.... It must have been written by someone who's only other linguistic skill was sign-language or the abacus!

    BTW, it sure would be nice if cpanel did what other Control Panels do and created aliased SMTP server headers... see: h-sphere... (every Reseller and/or domain can have their own name in the SMTP header)

    example:
    Received: from userID by myHost.myReseller.com with local-bsmtp (Exim 4.52)

    thanks for your time.
     
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