SpamExperts

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Heads Up

SpamExperts, when enabled, requires active management.

And especially so if you rely on your email for your business.

 

Open SpamExperts

First, sign into SpamExperts via your Hosting Control Panel.

Note

Create a SpamExperts password.

You will then be able to sign into SpamExperts when you visit the following URL: strikemail.co.uk.

 

Getting Started

The following illustrations will help you get started.

Tip: click on most images to view a larger more detailed version.

After signing into SpamExperts you will see the STRIKE eMail Protector screen.

Select FILTER SETTINGS from the left sidebar.

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After signing into SpamExperts you will see the STRIKE eMail Protector screen.

Select FILTER SETTINGS from the left sidebar.

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If you run a business then you should frequently check the SpamExperts Quarantine for legitimate mail and whitelist legitimate contacts.

When you do - as in the example below - any listed quarantined mail will be allowed through to your INBOX.

Future mail from whitelisted contacts will not be blocked.

Step 1

After signing into SpamExperts you will see the STRIKE eMail Protector screen.

Select SPAM QUARANTINE from the left sidebar.

Step 2

Use the filters to identify specific senders or subjects.

In this example we will whitelist the senders of email with LINER in the subject line.

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Step 3

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Step 4

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Step 5

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SpamExperts will add a label to the subject line of mail it identifies as spam.

When SpamExperts is de-activated you will see mail identified in this way in your INBOX.

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More useful links

Read more: SpamExperts Knowledgebase (solarwindsmsp.com - developer of SpamExperts).

Read more: SpamExperts User Guide (namecheap.com).

Read more: SpamExperts - an alternative user guide (eapps.com).