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How to fight spam? Article rated 3.0/5.0
If you are receiving too much spam in your mailbox, please consider enabling the Spam Assassin. You can do this from: cPanel -> Mail -> SpamAssasin -> Enable SpamAssassin Spam Assassin is a...
I receive bounced mails I have not sent Article rated 3.0/5.0
This problem is caused by spammers using a forged email address pretending to be yours. Most spammers will not use a real return address because they will get their account closed very quickly. That'...
How to configure SpamAssassin? Article rated 3.0/5.0
In order to configure SpamAssassin, you should log in to your cPanel and go to the Mail box. You will find the link to SpamAssassin there with all available options.   For detailed instructions...
Why do my messages go to yahoo/hotmail/gmail junk/bulk/spam folder? Article rated 2.7/5.0
Usually this is caused by some complex spam-fighting filters on the remote server incorrectly flagging your messages.   To solve this you should:   - Report your mail as NOT-SPAM to the ...
The email server seems to be blacklisted Article rated 3.0/5.0
If you receive a bounced-back message saying that IP address X.X.X.X is blacklisted by a spam organization, this means that the aforementioned IP address has been blacklisted for sending unsolicited m...
How to create custom mail filters Article rated 3.0/5.0
You can create custom mail filters from Cpanel -> Mail -> E-mail Filtering. For detailed instructions please check our tutorial: http://www.webinova.com/tutorials/email/email_filtering.htm
What does the blacklisting of my ISP has to do with Webinova? Article rated 3.0/5.0
When your local IP address has been blacklisted for sending unsolicited mail you might not be able to send mails. In such cases you would have received instructions on how to resolve this issue right...
How to protect my local mail client from spam? Article rated 3.0/5.0
All of Webinova's servers use custom mail filters and algorithms to identify SPAM (unsolicited email).   This, combined with SpamAssassin, ensures that most unsolicited messages will be correct...
Where is the Spam box? Article rated 3.0/5.0
The Spam box would be available only if it has been previously enabled in SpamAssassin. It will be found as a subfolder in each email account's Inbox folder. In case you don't find it try checking y...
Reasons for mails sent from cloud hosting/vds to be received as spam on remote hosts Article rated 2.7/5.0
Every ISP has custom anti-spam filters which recognize SPAM by: 1. The originating domain name - your domain might be associated with sending spam after customer complaints. 2. The server's IP addr...
What is DomainKeys and how to use it? Article rated 3.0/5.0
DomainKeys is an email authentication method through which emails are digitally signed on a domain basis. Unlike other methods, DomainKeys offers end-to-end integrity of the message, i.e. it can verif...
Fight Spam with Project Honey Pot Article rated 3.0/5.0
Project Honey Pot allows owners of web sites to protect them against e-mail harvesters, dictionary attackers and comment spammers. Project Honey Pot is a global database with IPs of such abusers. &nb...
 

 
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