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Spam Filtering on cPanel: Everything You Need To Know About SpamAssassin

spam is a huge challenge for anyone who hosts email, even though users only see a tiny fraction of the spam they’re sent.  Most unwanted messages never reach inboxes, but an incredible 54 percent of all email traffic is spam, and that’s down from 70 percent a decade ago.    The good thing is ISPs and hosting providers are better at stamping out spammers, and users are more aware of the …

Prevent Outgoing Spam from Webmail Accounts

We’ve added greater flexibility to how cPanel users can manage, protect, and administer email addresses on their mail server. You can now suspend or queue the outgoing mail from a single email account on your server. In case you’re not already familiar with the full administrative capabilities of Webmail, here’s a short run down: Receive Notifications of Send Limits. Get alerts about accounts that are sending massive amounts of emails by entering Tweak Settings …

How to Create a Spam Filter

Let’s be honest, no one likes spam; not hosting providers, not web users, and certainly not us. That’s why it has become a reccurring subject on the cPanel Blog. Using one of our favorite features, Apache spamAssassin, we want to equip you, the cPanel user, with a nifty trick to keep spam out of your inbox. Apache spamAssassin™ Preloaded into the cPanel dashboard, Apache spamAssassin is an …

3 cPanel & WHM Add-ons For Fighting Spam Email

Being a hosting provider isn’t easy. We get that. There are many unforeseeable occurrences that can put a damper on your service — however, spam email shouldn’t be one of them. Ways to fight spam email with cPanel & WHM: We’ve highlighted these add-ons that can be used to combat incoming spam, malware, and viruses on your server and, ultimately, offer your customers a better experience. spamStopsHere ASSP Deluxe for cPanel spamExperts cPanel Add-on spamStopsHere

30 Seconds to No More Spam with BoxTrapper

If you’re like me, you spend a good portion of your work day sorting through emails from some of your most trusted colleagues — Oprah, Dr. Oz, Rachel Ray, and maybe more. You might also find yourself learning about the latest ways to lose weight, better tips for refinancing your home or even claiming a surprise inheritance from foreign royalty. …

Mail Improvements In v104

Email is an incredibly important medium for communication, whether it’s used for staying in touch with friends or for business marketing purposes. However, the sheer quantity of spam that exists in the emailsphere can be overwhelming, sometimes turning the emails you actually want to see into needles in a haystack. This issue of course affects all of us, but with v104 we’re introducing some new features to help combat overall inbox fatigue. These features …

WordPress Toolkit Version 5.9 Update

As we continue making improvements and adding additional functionalities to WordPress Toolkit, we wanted to take a moment to share some of what has changed with our recent 5.8 and 5.9 updates. What’s new with WordPress Toolkit? Many of our most recent updates are targeted towards security, because keeping the internet safe (and your websites secure) will always be a priority of ours. With that said, we’d like to highlight a couple of these features: …

Reddit And Your Business

Per Backlink, Reddit sees over 400 million users a month and 52 million a day.  As the sixth most popular social network in the world, it’s something of a social media juggernaut. Its slogan, the front page of the Internet, is well-earned. We certainly enjoy interacting on the official cPanel Reddit; join us there if you haven’t already! If you understand how to leverage Reddit, it can be …

Setting Up and Troubleshooting SMTP in cPanel

When you host your email on your domain with an SMTP server, you are in control. You can choose an email address to suit your business or personal brand. All the data is stored privately on a server or hosting account only you can access. If you want to move to a different hosting provider, there’s nothing to stop you because you aren’t locked-in to a hosted service. So why don’t more people host their …