On Friday, November 24 2017, Exim announced two vulnerabilities in versions 4.88 and later.
On Wednesday, March 2, 2016, Exim announced a vulnerability in all versions of the Exim software.
On Sunday, December 25, 2016, Exim announced a vulnerability in versions 4.69 to 4.87 of the Exim software.
Use the features in the Exim Configuration Manager interface to modify your Exim configuration.
Select the Basic Editor tab in the Exim Configuration Manager interface to modify your server's Exim configuration settings.
To decrease the chance that spam filters mark your mail as spam, verify that the reverse DNS (rDNS) entry of Exim's outgoing IP address matches the DNS response of your server's hostname.
The Exim system filter file scans messages that your server has received, but that it has not yet delivered. To add custom filter rules to your Exim configuration, you may either create custom filter rule files for Exim to include in its configuration, or create a custom Exim system filter file.
This document describes the final adjustments to change the IP address that Exim uses to send email.
This document describes how to delete or migrate the contents of email accounts in addon domains.
This interface allows you to search for emails that users on your system sent and received.
The Mail Queue Manager allows you to view, delete, and attempt to deliver queued messages that the system has not yet delivered to their destinations.
This document discusses some of the specific software packages that contain known vulnerabilities. This document will also help you determine whether developers used the backport process to patch a software package.
You can use the Advanced Editor section of WHM's Exim Configuration Manager interface to configure your mail servers to scan outgoing mail for spam.
This interface displays statistics about the mail that your server sends and receives over a period of time.
This interface displays the total number of message delivery attempts that each domain on your server made within a specified time and date range.