Any idea how to stop them? I suppose if you did you would be a millionare.
> > I am getting a regular dose of Spam from various places that are
> > to ie;
> > while they don't have my proper address. Obviously my address is in
> > somewhere, but the addresses are always different. The only way I can
> > of stopping them would be from the Delivery Restrictions tab of the IMC
> > Exchange Administrator which I don't think will work anyway.
> > Any suggestions please?
I've setup an exchange server using the routing functions to route mail for
and when it comes in, it get's routed through a custom recipient, and goes
It's working beautifully however, now I'm trying to stop people from using
my mail server as a spam relay. I've read the release notes, and some of
the whitepapers out there on stopping this. However when I make the changes
recommended, it stops my mail from being routed as well.
Is there a way to have an approved list of destination sites to relay to(my
dozen domains) and then bar all others from relaying to?
Thanks for the help,
IKON Office Solutions
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