On its mail servers, VEVIDA uses a variety of techniques to combat spam. Blocking IP addresses, domains and/or email addresses of known spammers and spam supporters is part of this strategy. A summary is given below.
Webmail is an excellent way to access all of your email addresses (under your domain name) from anywhere in the world. You can use webmail to read and send email via your Internet browser (e.g. Internet Explorer, FireFox, Opera).
An MX (Mail eXchanger) record is used to determine which mail server(s) are responsible for handling a domain’s email. A mail server uses the DNS system to query which mail server(s) are responsible for a domain. Next, the email is sent to these mail server(s).
Emails are made of (2) parts: the header and the body. The complete headers are useful when trying to figure out where a spam or virus email came from. They contain information on the sender, as well as the channels via which the email arrived.
A blacklist is a list of IP-addresses which are known to sent unsollicited email, like spam email. If your IP-address is listed on the Vevida blacklist, it is not possible to send emails to our clients. You’re message will be bounced from our mailservers, and you receive a notification.
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