STEP 1: Log in to http://roundhay.cloudfilter.eu using the log in details send to the registered email address.

login

STEP 2: Once you logged in, you will get the dashboard with basic options.

welcome

 

STEP 3: To add a domain, click “Add Domain” under the Domains section.

add-domain

 

STEP 4: Once you click on Add Domain you will get the below image.

add-domain1

 

add-domain1

Add domain:

  1. Domain : Add your domain name (whukdomain.com)
  2. Destination routes: The route must be the location where your email is being hosted. It should be the mail server ip address.

STEP 5: Once you’ve added the domain, you’ll be redirected to the Overview section, which will list your active domains.

overview

 

How to update the DNS records under Cpanel

STEP 6: Edit the DNS setting of the domain from the WHM : Home »DNS Functions »Edit DNS Zone. You will need to set be below settings :

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mail1                        14400  IN                   MX                  firstmx.cloudfilter.eu.

mail2                        14400  IN                   MX                  fallbackmx.cloudfilter.eu.

Cloudfilter             14400  IN                   CNAME         roundhay.cloudfilter.eu.

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Note: The Email Routing Option at the below should be selected with the “Local Mail Exchanger“, because the Spamfilter works on the incoming emails not for outgoing emails.

You can see the same setting in the below image of WHM

whm

As well as you can see zone file MX and setting it should show like below image:

whm1

You can view the domains MX status from the http://intodns.com you will see the Spamfilters MX has been applied.

 

STEP 7: Managing a domain

From the domain overview shown above, to manage a domain, you’ll click on the domain to be taken to the domain-level control panel:

managing-domain

 

STEP 8: From here, you have various options available at the domain level:

  1. Log searching
  2. Spam Quarantine
  3. Delivery Queue
  4. Filter Settings
  5. Statistics
  6. Reports
  7. Attachment settings / Size Restrictions
  8. Whitelisting & Blacklisting Options
  9. User Management

Note: As you already have SpamExperts incoming email filtering enabled, we do not recommend to use SpamAssassin on the same server. If you are using SpamExperts to filter SPAM on your domain, you can disable the SpamAssassin as it may end up filtering emails.