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Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by aaronpie, Jan 1, 2009.

  1. aaronpie

    aaronpie Member

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    I have a client on my server that is saying that they are receiving a lot of spam in their inbox.

    When I view mail statistics in WHM, I see that her account is at the top of the Top 50 local destinations by message count list. This is what it shows:

    Messages Addresses Bytes Average Local destination
    834 834 3989KB 4897 /dev/null <xxxx.domain.com>
    208 208 1641KB 8078 xxxx

    All my other clients on this list has anywhere from 30 messages or less.

    What settings should I use for the default address settings under their Cpanel account?

    Are there any settings that I should check in WHM?
     
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    AndyReed Well-Known Member
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    Main >> Service Configuration >> Exim Configuration Editor
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    Main >> Security >> Security Center (SMTP Tweak)
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    Main >> Server Configuration >> Tweak Settings (Mail section)

    Enable SpamAssassin.
     
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    What settings should I use for the default address settings under their Cpanel account? Any suggestions.

    I looked under the EXIM configuration settings and was wondering if I should turn on the RBLS (bl.spamcop.net and zen.spamhaus.org).
     
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