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SPAM Assassin Not Assuming Role

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Greg Durand, May 21, 2003.

  1. Greg Durand

    Greg Durand Member

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    Hello.

    I am a webmaster of a site being hosted by a CPanel customer.

    I have enabled the SPAM Assassin on my domain, but it still seems to be letting inappropriate E-mail find its way into my inbox.

    I have set up E-mail filters, though I would like a better solution. Say I am receiving SPAM from bots from the domain spambots.com (theoretically speaking, of course). Is there a way to block all incoming E-mail from any address on that domain?

    Would I add, as a filter: *@spambots.com or something?

    I look forward to your response.

    Thank you in advance for any help available.

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    Easiest way to set it so tha "any header" that "contains" whateverdomain.com is filtered.

    (In other words, choose "Any Header" in the first dropdown menu, and then "contains" in the second, and then fill in the domain name (or whatever other filtering option you'd like.))

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  3. Greg Durand

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    Thank you, kcdworks. This seems to be working.

    However, I am still skeptical that I will continue to receive SPAM. Do you have any other solutions to eliminate SPAM altogether?

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