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MailScanner – Other Settings – cPanel

Learn how to Use MailScanner Other Settings in cPanel. Powerful tool for you to Control and Manage email Scanning for SPAM and Viruses, direct from cPanel. In Other Settings you can change the Low and high scoring spam setting and add Additional email address.

  1. Login to cPanel

    Tutorial: login from the Client Area or the direct link.

    Find Email section and click the MailScanner link.

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  2. MailScanner

    Click the Other Settings button.

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  3. Other Settings

    Number of rows to show in the main table.
    Choose the number of rows from drop-down menu.
    Table background palette
    Choose Low/Medium or High contrast from the drop-down menu.

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  4. Other Settings

    Low scoring spam setting
    You can change the level at which MailScanner will identify an email as low-scoring spam (probably spam) by changing this setting. If you change it to a higher number you may receive more spams that have not been identified as spam by MailScanner. If you change it to a lower number you may find that MailScanner is identifying non-spam emails as spam, i.e. there will be more false-positives.
    Default Low Spam Score Setting = 5

    High scoring spam setting
    You can change the level at which MailScanner will identify an email as high scoring spam (almost certainly spam) by changing this setting.
    Default High Spam Score Setting = 10

    Additional email address
    If you’d like to have spam forwarded to a different email address than “spam@yourdomain.com”, for instance an email address on another domain, you can specify that email address here. It will then be listed as one of the options for Low and High Scoring Spam in the Mail Scanning Options so you can select it.
    Once finished, click the Change button.

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