How to Use Anti-Spam Log

 

1. Make sure that you are in your Anti-Spam Dashboard. Choose "Anti-Spam" in the "Services" menu:

CleanTalk anti-spam service

 

2. Go to your Anti-Spam Log in the Anti-Spam Dashboard:

CleanTalk anti-spam log

 

3. You are on the Anti-Spam Log page now:

CleanTalk anti-spam log

 

The following possibilities are available for you in the Anti-Spam Log:

A — Time period for all spam records you want to see.

B — Filter spam records by their status: Any status, Denied, Approved.

C — Filter spam records by your websites.

D — Filter spam records by country they came from.

E — Filter spam records by IP address, e-mail address or username.

F — Available options for a specific record:

  • Details — see item 4 below.
  • Spam/Not Spam — press this string if our system made wrong decision and blocked or approved a registration, a comment ot a contact form submission. More about it here: https://cleantalk.org/help/faq#feedback_spam
  • Delete — delete a record permanently.
  • Personal blacklists — go to your website Black&White Lists page.

 

4. Record details:

CleanTalk anti-spam log

 

There is all necessary information in the details — block reason, body of the message, additional caught data.

If you have questions about a particular record then send us its CleanTalk ID with your questions via our Ticket System here: https://cleantalk.org/my/support

 

5. Go to your SpamFireWall Log in the Anti-Spam Dashboard:

CleanTalk SpamFireWall log

 

6. You are on the SpamFireWall Log page now:

CleanTalk SpamFireWall log

 

The following possibilities are available for you in the SpamFireWall Log:

  • Site — choose a website.
  • Time Period — choose period of time for all spam records you want to see.
  • Choose Country — filter spam records by country they came from.
  • Search by IP — show all spam records for a specific IP address.

 

 

List of Visited URLs of Your Visitors

(For the WordPress Plugin Only)

 

You can store the visited links of your visitors before they posted something on your website. It could help you to understand what pages are popular and where your visitors come from to your website.

To enable this option, please, do the following:

  • WordPress Admin Page —> Settings —> Anti-Spam by CleanTalk —> Advanced settings —> tick the option "Store Visited URLs" —> Save Changes.

 

Now your Anti-Spam Dashboard will store the visited links of your visitors. To see them, do the following:

1. Log into your Anti-Spam Dashboard: https://cleantalk.org/my?cp_mode=antispam

2. Click the link "Log" under the name of your website.

Dashboard Log link

 

3. Click the link "Details" in any row of any request.

Anti-Spam Dashboard request details

 

4. You will be able to see the source and the list of URLs of the visitor in addition to other details of the post.

request details anti-spam log

 

 

 

 


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