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Is there a way in Exchange 2000 to block specific domains???  We are getting lots of SPAM and I would like to block certain domains from sending anything into our network.
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Here ya go:
Blocking Incoming Mail Using Microsoft Exchange 2000
http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/MF014.html
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Perfect!!  Thanks.
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