This Webmail section has features that help you manage and protect your inbox from spam.
This document contains information about IP reputation, Blacklists, and the impact they have on the emails you send.
The BoxTrapper feature filters spam from your inbox through challenge-response verification.
This interface allows you to enable or disable Greylisting for each domain on your account. Greylisting defends email users against spam.
Use this interface to block specific countries from sending email messages to your server.
Use this interface to block email message from certain domains.
This document explains how to create an email filter that sorts and redirects incoming spam.
This document explains how to create mail filter rules in cPanel's Mailing Lists interface.
This article contains helpful information to make sure that other servers or networks do not mark your email as spam.
This document describes how to directly log in to your sent or spam mail folder in one easy step.
This document outlines some of the best practices that you can follow to avoid email abuse on your cPanel & WHM server.
The Mail section of WHM's Tweak Settings interface contains five options that allow you to limit outgoing mail.
WHM allows you to specify the maximum number of emails that each domain on your server can send per hour.
This interface allows you to configure the spam filter settings (powered by Apache SpamAssassin™) for your account.
Use the Spamd Startup Configuration interface to configure the startup options for the Apache SpamAssassin daemon.