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  1. #1
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    Being Attacked By Mailing Spams

    Hello

    Our server was under attack of mailing spams.and now the problem is solved
    I entered the " Manage mail whois " in WHM and deleted all the mails .

    And now I wanted to see what were the emails and which of our users had sent or received the spams. What should I do?

    Ad what should I do to verify the one that has sent the spams???

    Thanks
    Majid

  2. #2
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    I suggest tou make good filters or use spam assesin. I managed 300 sites in cpanel in different servers, and each new site have uploaded the filters of mail. This reduct 90% the spam for me.. or seek cactus spam filter.

  3. #3
    You may check the logs and also make use of WHM to see the statistics.

    WHM .>> Email >>

    View Mail Statistics

    assuming you are on a cpanel server

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    ABy,

  4. #4
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    Am I understanding correctly...that you just mass deleted a bunch of your customers' emails???

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  5. #5
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    Originally posted by AH-Tina
    Am I understanding correctly...that you just mass deleted a bunch of your customers' emails???

    --Tina
    Yes, I am wondering the same question.

  6. #6
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    Re: Being Attacked By Mailing Spams

    Originally posted by IRLAMP

    Ad what should I do to verify the one that has sent the spams???
    I think you should have asked this question before you deleted all of the emails.

  7. #7
    Greetings Majid:

    What do you think your customers will think about having their email deleted if they were not responsible for any of the spam?

    Thank you.
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    Peter M. Abraham
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