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Overview

SpamScan analyzes the IP addresses used by your mail server to send out email messages, and checks them against 18 major DNS Relay Blackhole Lists or “RBLs”. If your server is listed on an RBL list you may experience issues with emails becoming blocked, returned, or delayed.

Features

Here’s a listing of each tab on the SpamScan WHM plugin and what they each do:

Overview

This tab allows you to see a general overview of the RBL (mail blocking list) status for each of the IP addresses registered on your server. Click on the IP address to view RBL server details.

Settings

This tab allows you to specify whether or not a specific IP address is scanned by the RBL scanner. It also allows you to choose whether or not to display RBL IP address status to your customers within their individual cPanels or not. Sometimes hosting customers would like to show their customers their servers are “spam free” and not listed on a RBLs.

License

This tab allows you to change your SpamScan license key.

Price

BuycPanel SpamScan License $ 4 FREE with cPanel licenseOrder Now

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System Requirements

Server side:
Ioncube & CURL for cPanel’s internal PHP (Install through WHM and EasyApache!)
Perl module Net::DNS required. To install it just run “/scripts/perlinstaller Net::DNS”
(For more additional detailed server requirement information view the README.txt in the installation folder)
wget

cPanel/WHM: 11.54+
Latest:
PHP: 7.2+

Legacy:
PHP: 5.3+ OR
PHP: 5.2

Client side:
All of the most recent versions of Firefox, Safari, Chrome and IE9+

Installation Instructions

Installing SpamScan

Step 1: Run wget in the instructions below to download directly to your server:

wget -c https://www.buycpanel.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/SpamScan_v4.1.1.tar.gz

Step 2: Run the following commands:
tar xvfz SpamScan_v4.1.1.tar.gz
cd SpamScan_v4.1.1
./install.sh

Step 3: Enter key you received with your order

***If you are receiving an issue during installation (Can’t locate Net/DNS.pm in @INC), please try installing the Perl module with the following command first:

/scripts/perlinstaller Net::DNS