RE: Blocking Mail

Setup a destination set for the web addresses.  Create a rule for the 
destination set and deny access to a client address set or user group.

It is straight forward.


Aaron Shimmons

-----Original Message-----
From: Scott Force [mailto:list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: 10 December 2002 15:00
To: [ISAserver.org Discussion List]
Subject: [isalist] RE: Blocking Mail


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Khan,
     Thanks, I wasn't sure if blocking Hotmail.com would do it because of
the link from MSN.com, but I will give it a shot.  Any ideas on aol mail? 
I would imagine no because the mail requests are handled by their
software, not a url.  Any thoughts?

Also, are you aware of any other sites beside anonymizer.com that allow
untracable Internet browsing?  I want to lock these sites down hard. 
Thanks again, Scott.

 
> Scott,
>  
> You can indeed block access to these mail sites by creating Rules
> (within the Access policy in ISA management.
> For Yahoo block http://mail.yahoo.com <http://mail.yahoo.com/>  for
> hotmail use http://www.hotmail.com <http://www.hotmail.com/>  and deny
> users access to these websites.
> For more info check out www.isaserver.org <http://www.isaserver.org/>
> for details!
>  
> With Kind Regards,
> Khan
> ____________________________
>  
> Faizal Khan
> MIS Manager
> Guyana Forestry Commission
> 1 Water Street, Kingston, 
> Georgetown, GUYANA.
> Tel :  + (592) 226-7272
> Fax : + (592) 226-8956
> Email:  <mailto:forestry.mis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> forestry.mis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Website:  <http://www.forestry>  <http://www.forestry.gov.gy>
> http://www.forestry.gov.gy
>  
>  
> Good Morning, 
>      Is there a way that I can use ISA and block access to the mail
> features of certain sites.  For example, block Hotmail without blocking
> access to MSN, Yahoo mail without loosing access to the site, AOL...?
>  
>      Thanks in advance, Scott.  
>  
> 

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