The chance of 'false positives' (legal e-mails that are blocked) is very small: SpamExperts uses a combination of techniques and algorithms to achieve the best level of filtering. A good example is the fact that SpamExperts filters e-mail of certain huge hospitals and medical institutions, and finds no problems in checking all those medicine-related e-mails.
Articles in this section
- How to setup an incoming spam filter
- How do I filter the e-mail of a domain?
- Which are the MX records that I should use?
- Can I configure fallback mail servers?
- Testing your mailserver when using Spamexperts
- What are domain aliases?
- How do I make a certain e-mail address not being filtered?
- I want to white-list your servers on my own mailserver, what are your IP addresses?
- Can I login without going to the Openprovider control panel first?
- How does the filtering process work?