StopSpam Basic Functions and Instructions Text Tutorial
Posted by Eric Swanson on 15 September 2014 07:59 AM
4GoodHosting's StopSpam.ca SpamPanel Function Overview (detailed PDF manual attached)
We are offering an exciting new service that will effectively sort out all globally reported spam-email before it ever is downloaded into your inbox.
We have purchased a full license for and are now continuously running SpamExpert's realtime-always-updating anti-spam filtering software on our Canadian servers through our dedicated StopSpam.ca anti-spam server.
It has been designed to require no, or possibly very little, user intervention; as you still might wish to check over all the identified/quarantined spams in case you want to future-allow any of them.
If you wish to log into you anti-spam control panel, you will find the StopSpam icon in your cPanel in the Email section of cPanel, or you can simply go to login.StopSpam.ca in your web browser. [ You then would enter your domain name for your login/user-name. Just reset your password and it will be immediately sent to your email address that is associated with your 4GoodHosting account. ]
The Spam quarantine interface will show you all the current/previous quarantined messages.
Incoming Spam Quarantine
Release and Whitelist
Remove and Blacklist
For full details, you can download the attached PDF (download link below).
So Enjoy now spam-free (that is, no-spam) domain email through your 4GoodHosting Canadian Hosting Account !
How can you login? Click or type in: login.StopSpam.ca [ You then would enter your domain name for your login/user-name. Just reset your password and it will be immediately sent to your email address that is associated with your 4GoodHosting account. ]
Also good to know:
Delay: Your email is delivered with just a fraction of a 1 second delay due to the super-fast realtime filtering process. No difference in email delivery is noticable.
Whitelisting: All filtering checks are disabled for whitelisted recipients. To whitelist a specific recipient address, the name part of the address should be entered. For example if your domain is canadianbacon.ca and you add “charles” to the recipient whitelist, all emails sent to firstname.lastname@example.org will not be scanned for spam/viruses. To whitelist all recipients for a domain (so all emails sent to the domain are not scanned/blocked), you can enter the wildcard “*” for the name part. (That would effectively disable this wonderful anti-spam service.)