How to Configure BoxTrapper Settings

After enabling BoxTrapper you may want to configure your BoxTrapper settings. This includes adding forwarding addresses, enabling automatic whitelisting, and setting how long to keep logs and messages in queue among other settings. This ensures you are getting the most out of your Boxtrapper tool and valid emails are not being blocked.

Configure BoxTrapper

  1. Log into your cPanel.
  2. email boxtrapper configure settings cpanelClick the BoxTrapper link in the Email section.
  3. email boxtrapper configure settings manageYou will see all of your email accounts listed. Click the Manage button next to the address you want to configure.
  4. email boxtrapper configure settings configure boxtrapper settingsClick the Configure Settings link on the BoxTrappper configuration page.
  5. email boxtrapper configure settings email addressesIn the “Email addresses for this account” section enter any addresses that forward to this address. Separate them with a comma.
  6. email boxtrapper configure settings your nameEnter your name in the “Your Name” section.
  7. email boxtrapper configure settings queue lengthNext enter “The number of days that you wish to keep logs and messages in the queue.” The default setting is 15 days.
  8. email boxtrapper configure settings minimum spam assassin scoreSet the “Minimum Apache SpamAssassin Spam Score required to bypass BoxTrapper.”
  9. email boxtrapper configure settings enable automatic whitelistingCheck the box if you want to “Enable Automatic Whitelisting.”
  10. email boxtrapper configure settings whitelist by associationSelect if you want to “Automatically whitelist the To and From lines from whitelisted senders (whitelist by association).”
  11. email boxtrapper configure settings save boxtrapper configurationClick the Save button.

    email boxtrapper configure settings boxtrapper changes savedYou are finished when you see a message stating “The system successfully configured BoxTrapper for the account… Your changes have been saved.

Congratulations, now you know how to configure your BoxTrapper settings in cPanel!

JB
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John-Paul is an Electronics Engineer that spent most of his career in IT. He has been a Technical Writer for InMotion since 2013.

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