Anti Spam Configuration in LPCP

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Correctly configuring your anti-spam settings in your e-mail accounts is essential to do, to prevent yourself from becoming an easy target to anybody who may wish to send you unsolicited e-mails. The LPCP control panel comes with all the tools you need to get your anti-spam configuration up, running and customized for each of your e-mail accounts you have created.

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Step one would be to login to your LPCP for your hosting plan, and select the E-Mail Accounts link under E-mail sidebar menu category.

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Next, locate the e-mail address you wish to configure, and click on the AntiSpam link that lines up with that account in question. You can configure each account individually.

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Now you will see the first screen of three when it comes to configuring your anti-spam settings in LPCP. Here you can setup the basic configurations for SpamAssassin.

  • Required Score - Set the number of hits required before a mail is considered spam. "n.nn" can be an integer or a real number. 5.0 is the default setting, and is quite aggressive; it would be suitable for a single-user setup, but if you're an ISP installing SpamAssassin, you should probably set the default to be more conservative, like 8.0 or 10.0.
  • Rewrite Subject - Text added to the Subject: line of mails that are considered spam. _HITS_ in the tag will be replace with the calculated score for this message. _REQD_ will be replaced with the threshold.
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The second configuration screen allows you to whitelist certain e-mail addresses. This is a good place to add e-mail addresses of friends and family members, so you can be sure when they send you something it will never be filtered out or labeled as spam by mistake.

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The third configuration screen allows you to blacklist certain e-mail addresses. Add e-mail accounts here from people or places you never want to receive e-mail from. For example, if somebody@somedomain.com is harassing you via e-mail, you could list his e-mail address here - and his messages would no longer go through.

Once you are done, you can repeat these steps for each e-mail account you have created under your hosting plan so you can take care of any spam e-mail problems you might be having.


Editing Anti-Spam Settings via Webmail

You can also access your anti-spam settings when accessing your webmail.

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