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How to block with ISA 2006  yahoo chat integrated in Yahoo Mail?

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How to block with ISA 2006  yahoo chat integrated in Yahoo Mail without totally blocking the Yahoo Mail?
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Block traffic to *.msg.yahoo.com
and the IP range 98.136.112.1 - 98.136.113.254
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ehabsalem:

genius it blocked now in our company, loool no body will be able to use yahoo mail to chat any more
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