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Hi all! I've hosted my busines website through Total Choice Hosting for years. My emails all run through it as well. Now, after maybe 15 years, I'm getting TONS of spam. I use an Apple computer, so I use Mail as my email program. With that program, I have to manually go in and tell it what to filter and where to filter it to. I can't keep up. I went away for 4 days and when I got back, I had over 5,000 emails. Is there a way I can filter through TotalChoiceHosting? I went in and played with some settings in my cpanel, but it didn't make any difference. So I need some direction. My husband says to just change my email address, but I don't want to... I have clients from years ago who contact me via email... I don't want to lose them!

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Hi DigitalChick,

There is some things you can try.

First thing that comes to mind is to check Spamassassin´s settings in the cpanel.

Second thing is to check with the help desk if Spamassassin needs a restart.

Third thing, you may want to take a look at MX Guarddog, that Bruce mentions here.

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We offer single domain spam filtering thru our MailFoundry Spam Firewalls.

 

Please contact the help desk for more information.

 

This solution will eliminate 95% of your spam issues.

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