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    to fail or not to fail that is the question...

    Really... this is the question ... I was just skimming the Cpanel Forum and saw something interestin in the opinion of one of the moderators of a forum in CPanel.com. It is a quite interesting point of view about a procedure in Cpanel where you choose fail on a process to discard spam mail. His opinion is just the opposite of what is the general conception and he has some points, I'm not a Cpanel expert just love to play with it ,,,, please read the article and come back with your thinking I beleive this thread is going to be interesting.....



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    We read that article some time ago and after verifying many of the facts stated, we switched it to :fail and were comfortable with that decision.

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    What about for "system mail preferences" in whm? I currently have root and nobody's mail set to blackhole, so it gets trashed from the exim queue. Does it really make a difference there?
    Mark

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    I don't think having system mail set to blackhole is as big of concern, as the volume should be fairly small.

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