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IMAP access only to IP range

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I've got an Exchange 5.5 server.
I want to enable IMAP but to only a specific IP range...
Is that possible?
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I do not know a way to do this in exchange 5.5 but you may be able to do it in your router or firewall.  I am not sure but mabye you could create a rule to only allow a certain ip range to port 143.  This is simple to do in exchange 2000 but I can not find it in 5.5.

Tom
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