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  • How to Configure Spam Filtering in cPanel?

    Hello,

    Spam, as we all know, can be dangerous. One of the main reasons spam must be checked is that it can contain dangerous content that can transmit viruses and cyber threats. Because a single email may potentially bring down a large organisation, businesses require the strongest protection available.

  • #2
    Hello,

    If you need an effective way to filter email spam, you can do this using the built-in SpamAssassin tool in cPanel. There are muliple articles and tutorials available on the web that’ll take you through the setup and configuration processes.

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    • #3
      Hey,

      Implementing spam filtering is critical for every company. Spam filtering not only keeps junk out of email inboxes, but it also improves the quality of life of business emails by ensuring that they function efficiently and are only used for their intended purpose.

      Spam prevention means that when you receive spam, your email address was most likely acquired as part of a list by a person or company. It might possibly have been obtained by a hacker with access to client email address lists. The person sending the spam sends the same email to a large number of people at the same time, knowing that if the email succeeds on just one in a million people, the attack or marketing strategy will be effective.
      For more details, you can visit: WHUK Spam Filtering

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      • #4
        Filtering all incoming emails for a domain is done using global email filters.

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        • #5
          Yes, we can do it using global spam filters also.

          Basically, cPanel Email Filters is a tool provided by the cPanel control panel that allows you to block unwanted messages based on a specific set of conditions, route email to another e-mail address, and move the incoming email address to a specific exiting folder within the configured email account, or pipe the email message to a program.

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