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What is an MX record? Article rated 2.8/5.0
In order for SpamDrain to filter your e-mail before it reaches your domain's e-mail servers the domain's MX records in the domain name system (DNS) must be changed. ...
How do I change the MX records for my domain? Article rated 3.0/5.0
In order for SpamDrain to filter your e-mail the MX records for your domain must be changed to point to SpamDrain's servers. The MX records should look as follows: ...
Why am I still receiving spam, even though my domain is filtered by SpamDrain? Article rated 1.5/5.0
The reason is that the spammers sometimes ignore the changes you made to the MX records for your domain. Instead they continue to use your old mail server when they...
Do I need to make any changes in my firewall to use SpamDrain? Article rated 1.6/5.0
If you use domain filtering, we recommend you to only allow SpamDrain's servers to connect to port 25 on your mail server. This means that only the following IP addresses should be allowed to connect...
How do I set up domain filtering with SpamDrain? Article rated 2.2/5.0
With domain filtering your email gets filtered before it reaches your email server. You accomplish this by changing your current "Mail Exchanger" (MX) in your DNS to SpamDrain's servers instead of y...
 

 
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