Outernaut Posted July 22, 2020 Share Posted July 22, 2020 (edited) QUESTION: May I set up some anti-spam system using SpamCop on my hosted accounts via cPanel that will scan incoming email and mark and/or delete/report known spam? PRELUDE:Assume: there are 20 domains under a shared-hosting reseller account. Each domain has anywhere between 1 to 10 email accounts. each domain has it's own cPanel each has a email system (see Image 1 below) spam Filters is powered by Apache SpamAssassin™ Professional spam Filter is a separate charge many business-card size domains don't want to pay for. SUMMARY: As it is, there is a great amount of spam even with SpamAssassin set to 2.5. I know very little about automating SpamCop to detect, report, and delete spam on the server side; ego my question. I seem to remember being told that SpamHause, and Assassin both use SpamCop somehow. How? CONCLUSION: I would like to have SpamCop working via the server to delete known spam before it gets to the client email, and/or report spam known by client. ~O~ Edited July 22, 2020 by Outernaut posted too soon by accident - slip of the hot-keys. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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