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Last Updated: 10/3/2017 5053 Views 6 Users found this article helpful
This article describes how to block all traffic from the WAN to an SMTP Server on the LAN or DMZ, except a range of IP Addresses on the WAN. This requirement usually arises when the user has a managed or hosted Spam Filtering service (eg. Postini) on the WAN and wishes to lock-down his incoming email to that service.
Creating an Address Object for the IP Addresses of the hosted service:
Login to the SonicWall Management interface.
Navigate to Network | Address Objects.
Create a new Address Object with following values:
Name: Postini Network
Type: Network (This could be changed to Range or Host as required)
See the full Tech Document here:
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