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Using Blocklists in Exchange Sever 2003

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Hi,

Hi,

Can anyone tell me how to set up Block lists such as spamhaus or CBL in Exchange Server 2003.

What exactly should the DNS suffix be set to?

Do I have to set up a matching rule:

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If you want to set this up natively in Exchange

open ESM
expand global settings
right click message delivery and properties
connection filtering and add your info

http://www.ftponline.com/wss/2004_09/magazine/columns/askpros/
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Thanks.

My question is what this info should be

For example

I set DNS suffix to sbl-xbl.spamhaus.org and no mail was blocked.

When I set DNS suffix to spamhaus.org all email seemed to be blocked.

What should I set the DNS sufix to?

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Hello,

I have accepted the above with a grade of B as it didn't address the specific question I asked . It is however accurate as a procedure, But I still haven't clarified what the DNS suffix should be set to.  If anyone has done this and got it working please let me know and I will raise a points question and award some more points.

Thanks

DenisBS
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