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How to block a spoofed domain address Exchange 2007

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I have been fighting to block spoofed emails from Mcneiltech.com. they coming as terry@mcneiltech.com or Todd@mcneiltech.com. a user has been getting like 80 to 100 emails per day. What I have done to block them is set to filters to redirect the email to the administrator account. under antispam under block sender properties I have added. The two email address and the domain mcneiltech.com and his still getting emails. Also under keywords I have added mcneiltech.com. I just cant stop them from getting through

I am running server 2008 and exchange 2007
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this should help you out if you have not already tried this.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb123706(EXCHG.80).aspx
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In the antispam where are you add this email address to block.Inbound or outbound black list.It should be in the inbound block list(receiver).You can aslo set a transport rule in the exchange to delete this messages.
 
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