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REDUCING SPAM WITH CPANEL SPAM FILTERS

Unsolicited messages, also known as Spam, can quickly become a nuisance by taking up room in a user’s inbox preventing new messages from appearing or even attempting to phish user information via infected attachments or links. Thankfully there are built in tools that allow you to combat these problems, such as Spam Filters, powered by Apache SpamAssassin™.


Enabling Spam Filters in cPanel


1. Log in to your cPanel Account.

2. Choose Spam Filters from the Email section on the home screen.

3. Choose the option to Process New Emails and Mark them as Spam.

4. If you’d like to have spam messages automatically deleted, choose the Automatically Delete New Spam (Auto-Delete) option.

Configuring Spam Filters in cPanel


1. Log in to your cPanel Account.

2. Choose Spam Filters from the Email section on the home screen.

3. Choose the Edit Spam Whitelist Settings option to whitelist or always allow certain emails or domains, such as a known trusted sender.

4. Choose the Edit Spam Blacklist Settings option to blacklist or reject certain emails or domains, such as a known spammer email address.

5. Configure advanced spam score settings by choosing the Configure Calculated Spam Score Settings option.

Disabling Spam Filters in cPanel


1. Log in to your cPanel Account.

2. Choose Spam Filters from the Email section on the home screen.

3. Choose the option to Process New Emails and Mark them as Spam again to disable Spam Filters.