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How do I enter addresses into the IP Allow List in Exchange 2007?

HI,

How do I add IP addresses to the IP Accept List in Exchange 2007?  I have it enabled but don't see a way to add individual IP addresses.

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Rich
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Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
Where are you looking?
For individual addresses you have to set that on the server itself.

EMC, Server Config, Hub Transport. Click on the server, then Anti-Spam. You can then select IP Allow List and choose Properties. There you can add the address.

Simon.
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webentprAuthor Commented:
Thanks Simon,

That is what I thought but I checked Organization Management which does have IP Alllow List which is enabled.  When I right click the only options are Disable or Help.  When I checked the Server Configuration, Hub Transport Anti-Spam is not listed and it is not listed under Recipient Configuration.

Rich
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Robert_TurnerCommented:
You should be able to do it though EMC as described, but here is the Exchange Management Shell command with a 192 IP example.

Add-IPBlockListEntry -IPAddress 192.168.0.1
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Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
The Org Management options are simply to enable/disable. What you are seeing is correct there.
It should be under Server Config, Hub Transport, with an additional tab of Anti-Spam. If you don't have it, then I would suspect that the anti-spam agents aren't installed on the server correctly. Run the installs cript from the Scripts directory in the Exchange installation point, then restart Transport Service.

Simon.
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webentprAuthor Commented:
Thank you - I have to run the script and I can also add them through Get-IPAllowListEntry
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