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javila

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hi,
recently i've been reciving TOO much SPAM, and also some viruses atacks to my mailserver, y have to set the "this user can recive email from his own domain only" in the users configuration of some users. This onbliously is a problem because some users have subscription to specific external domains and in some point troubles will appear because they wouldnt recive emails.

Is there a way that only one (or a list of) external domain(s) be able to send us emails? Any help is welcome, thanks.

Javier
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Kerio_jthomas

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This isn't the best way to reduce your spam. Have you done these other things?

* Enabled Spam Repellant
* Enabled CallerID
* Enabled SPF
* Enabled blacklists
* Lowered the value in the Spam area (defaults to 5.0)
* Created custom spam rules


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