Unsolicited Spam Email – Email Bomb

Users bombarded with unsolicited spam email as a result of email bomb Situation: You are suddenly receiving a large amount of unwanted email. This is…

Email Backscatter Prevention Feature

Email backscatter refers to auto-generated email replies to an email address who didn’t originally send an email. It occurs when the Return-path, From or Reply-to…

Spam Sensitivity Slider

The spam sensitivity slider tool adjusts where the Spambrella engine should make that call between Clean/Innocent, and Spam which it will quarantine. Misclassifications might, in…

What is RBL reputation analysis?

RBL reputation analysis votes on the probability that the message is spam based on comprehensive information about the source of the message, rating the reputation…

Multi-language anti-spam filter

Spambrella defends against real-time spam attacks to rapidly identify zero-hour spam, regardless of language. Spambrella anti-spam filters are effective due to our vast network of architecture partners. Using…

Wildcard does not work for filter entry

Wildcard character does not work properly for created entry The current wildcards are the asterick (*) and question mark (?) characters. These characters are only valid in the…

Spam email still gets through to users.

Spambrella is powered by Proofpoint’s MLX machine learning technology. This solution examines and filters millions of possible spam attributes in every email including message envelope headers…

Review Message Logs

Viewing the Logs When you log into the Spambrella interface, the email logs screen can be easily accessed by selecting the Logs tab on the top navigation. On…

Report spam from Email Logs

Accessing Logs and Reporting The email logs can assist in many ways. Note: Email logs are only there if the message got sent and processed by Spambrella….

Options for Handling Bulk-Email

Spambrella does not ordinarily quarantine legitimate bulk-email. That is an email that is sent to a large list of recipients who have either directly or…

Inbound sender DNS check option

The Inbound sender DNS check option provides an additional layer of protection against spam and helps ensure that inbound messages that might not have a destination…

Macro Enabled Attachments

Spambrella have implemented logic into our engines to help deal with the recent Dridex campaigns in which emails contain macro enabled attachments. As such there may…

Filters Order of Operations

The Spambrella system has been changed in February 2016, the most notable change is the addition of Sender Lists rather than the traditional adding an allow/block to the filters….

Spambrella Filters: File extensions

List of file extensions: Microsoft executables: .exe, .com Microsoft binary libraries: .dll Microsoft executable scripts: .bat, .pif, .scr Visual Basic files: .vb, .vbe, .vbs Other…

Does Spambrella monitor outbound email as spam?

Spambrella does filter outbound email for SPAM. If a message is not delivered it will be recorded in the Email Logs and can be released to…

Adding a Spam-reporting footer to inbound email

To add Spambrella’s ‘Easy-spam-reporting disclaimer’ footer to inbound mail, follow these simple steps: When logged into the Spambrella interface, click on the Spam tab under company or user settings…

How to tune Spambrella’s Spam detection

The Spambrella default Spam settings should be suitable for most situations, but there are cases where some manual influence can help the system in making better…

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