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Exchange 5.5 Spam Block multiple domain

By robin.sawh ·
I would like to block several known spam site from sending my NT4 SP6, Exchange 5.5 SP4 server.

I know in Exchange 5.5 on the Internet Mail Connector, the tab "Connections" with the "message filtering tab". you can specify the address but you have to type each offending host one by one. Is there a way to import an ASCI text file with about 5000 offending site in my spam block list ?

Thanks,
Robin

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Exchange 5.5 Spam Block multiple domain

by MMCI2002 In reply to Exchange 5.5 Spam Block m ...

Unfortunately No, not in Exchange 5.5.

you would be wise to check out the GFI mail essentials that runs in front of the exchange server to block all offending mail.

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Exchange 5.5 Spam Block multiple domain

by brasslet In reply to Exchange 5.5 Spam Block m ...

You can't import a list of domains. However, you might find it easier to add domains directly to the registry.

As always, take precautions before editing the registry directly. Make sure you have a good, current backup of your system. Creating a fresh emergency repair disk and saving the registry key you?ll change before modifying it are good ideas as well.

Open the registry editor (regedt32.exe) and navigate to the following key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\MSExchangeIMC\Parameters\. In the right pane, double-click on the TurfTable value. You enter the domains you wish to filter as a string, just as you would in the Exchange Administrator program. You can enter as many domains as you like, or paste the domain names from a text file, without all the mouse clicks needed in the Administrator program. If you?re entering more than a half-dozen domains at a time, this will save you time.

Restart the Internet Mail Service to make your registry edit take effect.

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