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SMTP inbound filtering

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by AleksandrTitov, Mar 15, 2017.

  1. AleksandrTitov

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    Hi,
    how to connect a third party SMTP spam filter to CPanel. By that filter design it needs to change domain MX record to spam filter IP address. In my case there are hundred domains without access to their DNS servers.
    I suppose it should be something like this:

    Exim receive an email on 25 port - then forward it to spamfilter - then spam filter forward it back to different port i.e. 10025

    Please advise with Exim configuration examples.
     
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    Which 3rd party spam filter are you using?
     
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    It's Spamwall
    spamwall.com/
     
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    You might do better to speak with them about this, tell them you've got a cPanel server you'd like to use their services with and see what they have to say. I would think they've got some ideas for you.
     
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