you have to go into the properties of your Internet Mail Service...then go
to the "Connections" tab, and there is a button called "Message
> Are you saying that I go to my server, into Exchange
> server then to Recipients and filter there? I don't see
> an option to do that. Again, feeling pretty darn
> stupid. People like me must make people like you feel
> like the smartest people in the world! Sometimes I am
> embarrassed to post my questions, seeing how fast and
> accurate the answers are that come back (not being
> sarcastic either). I wonder why I don't already know some
> of this stuff! :( Thanks again for your (anticipated)
> >-----Original Message-----
> >you need to do this in the properties of the IMS - click
> on the Message
> >Filtering button and add the addresses there...
> >> May I say how incredibly stupid I feel right now? It
> >> version 5.5. Sorry. I know that I can go into the
> >> and refuse email from people, but the only "people"
> >> come up to select from are from our global address book
> >> (which is listing of employees only).
> >> Thanks.
> >> Dana
> >> >-----Original Message-----
> >> >I didn't even know there was a 2.2...are you sure? 4.0
> >> was the first version
> >> >I was aware of...in any case, the only way to block
> >> email before it gets to
> >> >Exchange is to put in a gateway or edge server and
> >> the addresses
> >> >there...
> >> message
> >> >> I realize that this group is dedicated to 5.5, but
> I am
> >> >> hoping someone might be able to help. I have
> >> >> Server 2.2 (I know I know OUTDATED!) and would like
> >> >> know how to create a public address book (if that's
> >> what
> >> >> is needed) so clients can add the junk email
> >> >> names to it so I can block them before they come in
> >> thru
> >> >> Exchange. Is this even a possibiblity in 2.2?
> >> >> Thanks.
> >> >> Dana
> >> >.