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whm settings for mails

Posted on 2013-05-22
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I have a cloud server, I use apache and whm control panel

I had an account that has more than 100 email addresses, they connect to server around the country, when they do that the e-mails do not work because there are too many request from different locations and whm thinks that there is an attack but there is not an attack.
where can I change this setting?
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Are you getting blocked? If yes, in firewall or in cPHulk Brute force detection system? If you have any any static ip address you can whitelist in cPHulk or firewall.

If you could provide the output from logs, we can provide you more details.

Thanks!
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