How Do I Control ASSP Spam Filtering
We use ASSP Deluxe for our SPAM control on our servers. We make it available for our clients to use if they wish.
The setting within your control are pretty straight forward but if you have questions please refer to the help icon and have a look. Additionally I have enclosed a more explanatory version from the scripts developer to help guide you during the process.
By default the SPAM scoring is set to block 95% of the SPAM that reaches you inbox. You can increase or decrease the scoring in your cPanel anti spam button. Here is a link to further explain how to control your settings. http://www.grscripts.com/howtofaq.html#88j
In the first days of usage you can correct possible errors forwarding the good email found in spambox to
firstname.lastname@example.org and spam not blocked found in inbox to email@example.com .
How can i whitelist an email address or a full domain name @domain.com?
1) Using the assp email interface: you should send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org (to whitelist an email) and put the email email@example.com in the body section (where firstname.lastname@example.org is the email address to be whitelisted).
2) Each time you send an email to someone, the email will be whitelisted automatically, so the user should never reply to a spammer.
You can also whitelist a full domain name. You should send an email to email@example.com and you should put *@domain.com on the body of the message (where domain.com is the domain name to be whitelisted).
In a short time you will receive a whitelist confirmation (Whitelist Addition Report).
Note: You must send this email from a valid @yourdomain.com email account and using the smtp mail.yourdomain.com. Also please be sure that "My outgoing server (SMTP) requires
" is checked on your email client (smtp advanced settings) .
When the whitelist is reloaded on your mailserver, the whitelisted email will bypass every email filter.
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