do you filter before sending to MailChannels ?

Started by DenPavlov, Jun 27, 2022, 02:48 AM

Previous topic - Next topic

DenPavlovTopic starter


i know many people recommend MailChannels,
but it is not cheap.

my question is,do you filter on your server to your filter gateway,
and then send to MailChannels ?

because @client-a send to @client-b also send through MailChannels,
i wonder if can i let them through my local directly ?


I can't see any real need to filtering twice. MailChannels outbound filtering is pretty thorough.

If Client A and Client B are on the same server, then local delivery usually takes precedence and won't send through MailChannels.

What issue are you experiencing that's creating this scenario?


Filtering outgoing mail in MailChannels allows you to scan and send emails, and then prevent their IP addresses from being added to blacklists, while ensuring better email delivery.
This is a cloud-based SMTP relay that can detect and block spammers. Using it, you can eliminate email delivery problems due to the blacklist of IP addresses, and it will automatically close compromised scripts and accounts for better security.
MailChannels is equipped with world-class phishing and spam detection technology, notifies of spam detection, offers support for multiple passwords, provides log search, allows you to use various console users, and also gives an idea of the total number of mails sent.

Filtering incoming MailChannels messages allows you to protect your mailbox from phishing, spam, malware and other online threats. It is also a "cloud" spam filter that offers simple integration with cPanel and multi-level protection. MailChannels has the latest security standards such as SSL/TLS, DMARC, DKIM, SPF and others.
You can directly block incoming messages using the "Quarantine Digest" option, mark spam and receive detailed logging logs. MailChannels uses a simple, intuitive and powerful user interface created with the help of modern technologies so that you can effectively manage contacts. Working within various cloud systems, it provides 99.98% uptime while minimizing the number of failures.