We use two kinds of anti-spam technology to protect our customers against spam:
A DNS Blacklist (DNSBL) is a list of the IP addresses of email servers which are known for sending out spam. Email service providers, such as ourselves, query these lists to identify servers known to be sending out spam. Once a server is detected, we reject all emails it sends until its IP address is removed from the lists. This allows us to reject the majority of spam prior to the processor intensive task of scanning individual emails against a database of spam tests.
If an email is sent from a server whose IP address is listed on one of the DNSBLs we subscribe to, our mail server will reject the email immediately. If a user discovers that their mail server has been listed on a DNSBL, they should inform their email hosting provider immediately. It is the responsibility of the email hosting provider who has been placed on the DNSBL to investigate the reason they are on the list, resolve the issue and take appropriate action to get their server removed from the list.
We are not able to have IP addresses owned by third parties removed from the list on the behalf of customers of other email hosting providers.
How does our anti-spam solution work?
After passing through our DNSBL check, emails are scanned by our anti-spam filtering system before arriving into customers' inboxes or being quarantined. Our anti-spam system allows users to: