Anti-SPAM Domain Admin Settings

Admin Interface

  • Login Here:
    • If you don't know your password, you can press "Forgot Password" at the login screen
    • When you login, you'll be showing your dashboard for your domain. This will show you metrics of your domain, including total emails processed, SPAM vs Clean, etc.

  • If you want to add an Outbound Disclaimer go to: Settings -> Outbound Disclaimers -> Enable
    • This will allow you to put a signature on every outbound message processed. Example: "No virus or spam detected"
    • You can exempt email addresses (Sender Email Addresses/Recipient Email Addresses/Domains).
    • Press Save

  • To manage Filter Rules you can go to: Filter Rules -> Domain Blacklist OR -> Domain Whitelist
    • Here you can White/Black list domains or email addresses as you see fit. Note: This is domain wide. Users can do this on a per-mailbox level if they login using their email address.

  • To manage the Quarantine go to the Quarantine Tab.
    • You can see and search all messages that have been Quarantined for this domain.
    • Here you can Release, Whitelist, or Delete Quarantined mail.

  • To manage Reports go to the Reporting Tab.
    • Here you can see all messages that have flowed through the system for your domain.
    • Clicking a message will bring up more details about it. Note: View Message and View Source are only available for messages still in the system (Such as SPAM in the Quarantine. Messages that have been processes will not have this feature.
    • Under Schedule Reports you can setup the system to email you reports.

Inbound Filtering - MX Record

  • Once your domain is setup with our system, you can point your MX records to the following:
Mail Priority: 10
Mail Server (FQDN):

Outbound Filtering - Mail Relay

  • Your IP address(es) need to be registered with our system to allow you to send email through us.
    • If you need to register or change your IPs with our system, please contact Technical Support.
  • Once your IP address(es) is registered with our system you can setup your mail server to relay all outbound email to: on port 25

Sender Framework Policy

  • Setting up SPF DNS entries will minimize non-deliveries through outbound.
    • Add the following TXT Records to your Authoritative DNS Server(s):
      • [your domain]. IN TXT "v=spf1 include:spf.[your domain] -all"
      • spf.[your domain]. IN TXT "v=spf1 ip4: ip4:[your IP allocations] ~all"
        • [your domain] is the domain you use for outgoing mail Note: The Period "." at the end of the domain. Example:
        • [your IP allocations] are the IP addresses of your own mail servers, in CIDR format. Example:

  • For example, if your domain is, add the following two TXT records: IN TXT "v=spf1 -all" IN TXT "v=spf1 ip4: ip4:[your IP allocations] ~all"

  • If you need help with more complex SPF records, consult the SPF wizard on the Open SPF website to find out how to add your servers to the SPF entries described above:
Creation date: 2019-09-02 4:54 p.m.      Updated: 2019-09-02 4:55 p.m.