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SMTP Connector's Connection Control - 8.Mar.2004 8:04:00 PM   
tonycity

 

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Hi,

Like some other people in the forum, our company's exchange 2000 server has been overloaded with 10,000's of mails everyday. As advised in other boards, I blocked some IP addresses in the SMTP Connector's Properties --> Access --> Connection and it seems the "major" spammers are not connected to our exchange server any more. Now, I wonder if I want to block a range of IP addresses, for example, 200.0.0.0, what should be the subnet mask? Is it 255.0.0.0?

Also, I wonder the blocking the IP addresses means that our server also does not send out mails to the IP address (which are blocked).

Please give me some advice. Thanks.
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