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By nmattox ·
Is there a way to block an internet e-mail address at the site level in Exchange 5.5?

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by frhoma In reply to Blocking Incoming Mail

An Internet e-mail address can be blocked in the IMS.
If the IMS has been configured to be used by the entire Exchange organization, then, it affects the entire organization. However, if the IMS is configured to be used by a particular Exchange site, then you can achieve your goal.
To block an address, go to your site configuration, Connections, and open your IMS. Under Connections tab, click on Mesage Filtering tab. In the window "Prevent these domains and users:" ,either enter a domain or acomplete address for a user.

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by vbuscarn In reply to Blocking Incoming Mail

I have found content management software such as MIMEsweeper by Content Technologies provides you with the flexability to block incomming mail by its content.This can be a very useful tool in the fight against virus attacks. For example: The "I LoveVirus" can be filtered by the content in the subject line before it enters you e-mail domain. Hence, eliminating the threat and possible lose of revenue caused by the virus.In addition, you can block incomming mail from other organizations for one user or your entire company.

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