- Aug 4, 2020
- cPanel Access Level
- Website Owner
Uh, no it doesn't. It means the TEST for the filter worked. But clearly, the actual filter DID NOT work because the actual email went into my inbox.This indicates that the filter worked and the messaged was saved to /dev/null which indicates it was deleted.
Sorry, sometimes I can be dense, but in this case I believe I am right. Please tell me where I'm wrong.
Yes, I believe I know how to use the manage tools.I don't need to see your domain name, or any server information. If you're trying to block .rust domains I want to see if anything .rust exists on that list and it shouldn't be an issue to obfuscate your personal domain names and IP's in a forum post but leave the spam info up - you can even change the IP's there if you like. You can also send a direct message by clicking on my profile link in my post and then click "start a conversation"
All of the items I requested in terms of box trapper should be present within cPanel>>Email>>Box Trapper>>Manage (next to the email account in question). The interface looks as follows:
Let's look at the one email that I've shown with the test *should* go to /dev/null but doesn't. This is [email protected].
Here is the results of a find in Chrome inside of the whitelist for the email address which received the spam (with private info removed):
So you can see that the first part of that address just does not exist in the whitelist. If I search on server.com, that doesn't exist either (though I won't post that picture). I believe I understand everything you're saying, yet either I am completely bonkers or you don't believe me (or, unfortunately, both ).