Lately, I’m easily receiving 50 spam mails per day, on my mailboxes for two of my domains, hosted on my debian+virtualmin server.
A typical example, I’m receiving this email, with title “*** Probably SPAM *** Feel the beautiful side of life! Be healthy! Use our drugstore!”, and the contents are a bunch of text with, or without, an hyperlink.
The emails arrive already renamed as “*** Probably SPAM ***” and my email client (Thunderbird) knows best to directly place them in the spam section.
In average, five messages arrive in my main mailbox without being tagged as probably spam.
I am asking, just in case, is there really no way to have a good number of those spam messages simply bounce back, away without bothering me ?
I didn’t find any such option, I don’t know if it exists.
I also don’t know how to adjust my server’s sensitivity to spam, to reduce the number of falsely OK messages.
I searched in
Spam and Virus Scanning ( /virtual-server/edit_newsv.cgi )
Spam and Virus Delivery ( virtual-server/edit_spam.cgi?dom=13244744245671& )
Email Settings ( virtual-server/edit_mail.cgi?dom=13244744245671& )
without finding anything related to that question.
Maybe it can’t be configured. Maybe not.
Would you know, by chance ? Thanks if you can help, otherwise, no biggie, have a nice day !