Enabling Spam Filter / Spam Assassin in cPanel
Modified on: Wed, 25 Mar, 2020 at 4:30 PM
NOTE: Please take note that now SpamAssasin has been replaced by Spam Filters.
No worries. Spam Filters have the same feature/function that provided by SpamAssasin.
Enabling Spam Filter in cPanel :
2. Scroll down and find "Spam Filters" then click on it to proceed.
3. You will see the status indicating that Spam Filter is : disabled/enabled.
To enable the Spam Assassin for your domain, click on the bar to blue colour.
If your hosting provider enables this feature by default. You cannot disable this feature.
4. The installation will proceed and once done, you will be prompted for a message that
Spam Filter has been enabled for your domain.
Note: You might not able to find Spam Filter from your cPanel for some case as Exabytes
had disabled user control Spam Filter, however it was enabled from server wide.
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