Re: Blocking Mails....

  • From: Graham Shelton <Graham.Shelton@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "'[ExchangeList]'" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 24 May 2002 11:38:45 +0100

Thanks but I need the solution for exchange 2K

Regards

Graham

 -----Original Message-----
From:   Sakhawat Hussain [mailto:sakhawat@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent:   24 May 2002 11:00
To:     [ExchangeList]
Subject:        [exchangelist] Re: Blocking Mails....

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Which exchange version you are using?
If you are using Exchange 5.5 IMS. You can use the registry editor to stop
receiving <turf> e-mail from certain domains.  Create the value "TurfTable"
under the registry key
Hkey_local_machine---System----CurrentControlSet---Services----MSExchangeIMC
----Parameters.


Data type is Reg_Multi_SZ. Open the multistring editor, add the unwanted
domain names one by one, for example if you want to blcok domain xyz.com,
type "@xyz.com". Write one domain name is one line. You can add a user
e-mail address also.

To restrict the user from sending to unwanted domains, I normally add
these domain names into the IMC object COnnections -- Mail Delivery
--E-mail domain section. In the smarthost, I give a bogus IP address. The
e-mails will not deliver and time out ultimately. I donot figure out now
how to do this in a sophisticated manner.

Regards
Sakhawat Hussain

> How do I successfully stop mail being sent to and received from certain
> addresses or domains? All information I have found so far points to
entering
> the addresses in Message Delivery -. Unfortunately it doesn't seem to
work.

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