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Big Sur Spamsoap Quarantine Report

Big Sur Spamsoap Quarantine Report

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To login to your spambox aka Quarantine, visit http://spambox.bigsurtech.com – If you have never been to the site before click the link that says “Forgot your password or need to create a password?” This will take you to a page where you can put in your email address to get a new password sent to you via email. Once you get your password, you can visit http://spambox.bigsurtech.com to login to see your live quarantine. Here you can release any spam that has been caught, you can also mark items as always allow.

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Each night you will get a quarantine report. Here you can “release” anything that is caught. If you pick “allow” it will release it, and it will also put the sender on your safelist.

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At the bottom of the email you will see an option to “View list of all quarantined messages” this will actually take you right into your quarantine, and will not ask you for an ID and a Password.

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This is what the web quarantine looks like.

 

BigSurCharles
Charles Love has been working in the IT Support and Consulting field since 1997. Before IT, Charles was working on his FAA A&P Airline Mechanic Certification in Queens, New York. Charles' first managed services position was in 2001 on Farmingdale, Long Island, back then MSP's were called Solution Providers. Throughout his career he has provided valuable consulting to various types of customers and technologies throughout North America. Charles started out as the first Big Sur full-time hire of the now rapidly increasing technical support team. As Director of Service and Cloud Operations, Charles' role includes developing new and streamlined processes for all of Big Sur's offerings and leading Big Sur's highly talented team of engineers.