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MS Exchange - Blocking email domains?

By jhughes ·
Having successfully set up a folder in MS Exchange to hold a list of email addresses for blocking I am now wondering how to block the email domains themselves. Is there a way of wildcarding an email address to e.g. *@emailaddress.com?

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by LandoTek In reply to MS Exchange - Blocking em ...

It's better to do this on your firewall.

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by bruce.gilbert In reply to MS Exchange - Blocking em ...

Open the IMS Properties. Click on the "Connections" tab and then click the "Message Filtering" button. Click "Add" and enter domains or email addresses you wish to block.

You can have the messages deleted or moved to the Turf directory.

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by MMCI2002 In reply to MS Exchange - Blocking em ...

1. Go to Microsoft Exchange Administrator
2. Click on Configuration
3. Click on Connections
4. Find your "Internet Mail Service" and click on "Properties" (You can find this in the tool bar)
5. within the Internet Mail Service Properties, Click on "Connections"
6. Under the heading "Accept Connections" you will see a button titled "Message Filtering"
7. Click on Message Filtering, and from here you can add domains as well as email addresses that you wish to block. (Use the format: @domainname.com)
8. If you are experiencing a problem with emails coming in from a undisclosed sender address, add
a period within the message filtering. (".")

Hope this helps,
Tania Gurr

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