Getting Started with Incoming Filtering
The Incoming filtering setup allows you to carry out a variety of tasks related to the filtering of your incoming mail.
Getting incoming mail filtering started includes several aspects that require attention:
- Firewall Settings- Prevent your firewall(s) from restricting mail traffic by making sure our IP's are accepted
- Mailboxes Overview/Configuration - configure whether to allow auto-discovery of addresses via a recipient callout, control whether newly discovered mailboxes are filtered, and manage mailbox filtering, archiving, and aliases in one central location
- Configuration Tab - Configure Admin and Domain level settings for your mailboxes, such as choosing to rewrite sender addresses, or enforce the sender mailbox
- Mailboxes Tab- Add mailboxes to the domain one at a time, or in bulk
- Mailboxes Alias Tab - Create mailbox aliases to allow one address at a domain to rewrite to another address at the same domain
- Configure Domain Settings - At the Domain Level, this provides access to several useful Domain settings such as the primary contact for the domain, the notification email from address and timezone
- Get Started Adding Control Panel Users - Add additional users to access Mail Assure as Admin Users, Domain Users or Email Users
- Change Your MX Records - Add MX Records to your Domain Provider's DNS Settings, in order to point to the Spam Experts Hosted Cloud routes
Local Cloud MX Records - Add Local Cloud MX Records to your Domain Provider's DNS Settings
Please ensure you do not change the MX records until all other Incoming Filtering configuration has been completed.