Get familiar with e-mail spam filters, the things they do and how to activate them.
A spam filter is an app that obstructs undesirable email messages from entering a given mailbox. A considerable percentage of the email traffic around the world involves spam emails: offers for pills or money, fraudulent bank notifications, etc. For this reason, it is quite important to use filters in order to avoid not only spam messages, but also any possibility of being duped in some way. Spam filters detect different things, so as to ensure better safety – certain words and phrases or the frequency with which they surface in the text, the sender’s email address, or the IP of the sender’s outgoing SMTP mail server. Hosting providers often rely on the services of third-party spam-tracing organizations that offer up-to-date databases to make email filtering simpler and more effective without affecting genuine emails, even if they contain suspicious words.
Spam Filters in Cloud Web Hosting
In case you decide to host your domains with us and you choose any of our Linux cloud web hosting, you’ll be able to enable anti-spam protection for any email account that you create. With a couple of clicks in the Email Manager section of your Hepsia Control Panel, you can set up five different safety levels. In case you continue to get unsolicited bulk emails or the spam filters start preventing legitimate messages from entering your inbox, you can change the level just as easily. The efficiency of our spam filtering service is ensured by one of the most famous filters – SpamAssassin. In case you do not want to risk skipping a genuine email message that may be mistaken for spam due to its content, you can also configure custom spam filters based on the sender, the body or the subject of the message and redirect the emails to some other mailbox where you can examine them at a later point in time.