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stevenswaim@imagecraftexh

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We started using Red Condor last week. Now I want to only allow the inocming mail from 3 different IP addresses belonging to Red Condor. How do I accomplish this?
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winkelman

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Perhaps that's best accomplished at your firewall, not on the mail server.
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freakinvibe

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In the Admin Console, go to:

> Configuration > Services

Choose the SMTP service

Click "Edit..."

Click the "Access" tab

Tick "Allow access only from selected IP address group"

Choose the IP Address group with the three IP addresses in (if you haven't created it, do this first)

Remember to also allow your internal addresses.

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stevenswaim@imagecraftexh

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Good morning,
I tried this approach but it then blocked remote email retrieval.
Time Warner uses SMTP to get mail.
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freakinvibe

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SMTP can't be used to get mail. You can use POP3 or IMAP to get mail, but not SMTP.

So you either only want those 3 IP addresses to connect or you also want others to connect as well. You have to decide what you want.

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