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Spam protection?

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by TechGuy, Sep 14, 2010.

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    What do you guys use for spam protection? We've been using ConfigServer for a while with varying success. I've heard things about MagicSpam and ASSP and was just wondering if anyone had any experiences or suggestions they can recommend.
     
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    Just in case this helps anyone else --

    We tried MagicSpam, but it wouldn't install. The install is as simple as 1-2-3. The RPM seemed to install fine, but the new link in WHM simply displayed "Page Cannot Be Displayed." After two days of waiting for support, we gave up and looked for another solution.

    We then purchased ASSP Deluxe for cPanel from ASSP Deluxe for cpanel : ASSP how to for cpanel , cpanel antispam and antivirus , WHM addon , vps antispam solution, smtp proxy antispam, email antivirus. It took about half an hour to install (partially due to a problem installing clamav in cPanel). It is not a simple drop-in solution for sure, but the directions were very thorough. We've had it installed for about two hours now and it's block 97.5% of the incoming 9600 emails. So far I'm very impressed.
     
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