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How to Specify IP Address Configuration Data for Sender ID Filtering

 

Topic Last Modified: 2007-01-22

You can enable Sender ID filtering behind the perimeter of your network by specifying the IP addresses of the servers in your internal network that you want to be excluded from Sender ID filtering.

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Before you can use Sender ID filtering, you must specify Sender ID filtering options and enable Sender ID filtering on an SMTP virtual server.

  1. Start System Manager: On the Start menu, point to Programs, point to Microsoft Exchange, and then click System Manager.

  2. Move to Message Delivery starting from Global Settings.

  3. Right-click Message Delivery, and then click Properties.

  4. On the General tab, click Add.

  5. Under Perimeter IP List and Internal IP Range Configuration, click Add.

  6. In Sender ID and Connection Filtering Configuration Settings, the IP addresses that you configured to be excluded from Sender ID filtering and connection filtering are displayed. If the Sender ID filtering or connection filtering deployment servers find an IP address in this list in an e-mail message, Exchange Server skips the IP address without running Sender ID filtering or connection filtering validation on it. You can add up to 196 IP addresses to the list. To add an IP address to the list, click Add.

  7. In IP Address (Mask), specify the IP addresses that you want to exclude from IP address validation. You must include all servers in your organization that process incoming SMTP mail. You must also include all servers that route mail to the Sender ID and connection filtering deployment servers. If any of the servers that process SMTP mail are located on the perimeter, you should include all perimeter IP addresses of these servers. You can specify individual IP addresses or groups of IP addresses.

    • Click Single IP address to specify an individual IP address to be excluded from Sender ID filtering and connection filtering. In IP address, type the IP address of the computer that you want to exclude from Sender ID filtering.

    • Click Group of IP addresses to specify an entire subnet to exclude from Sender ID filtering and connection filtering. In Subnet address, specify the subnet address of the subnet you want to exclude. In Subnet mask, type the subnet mask for the subnet you want to exclude.

  8. Restart the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) service.

 
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