Tom, In the configuration document under Router/SMTP; Restrictions and Controls; Restrictions. Add *.JP to the "Deny mail from Domains field" as show below. By using *.jp mail from any domain ending in JP will be rejected. (Embedded image moved to file: pic04538.pcx) Walter Scanlan Advisory Software Engineer Domino for AS/400 Team Leader Phone 507-286-6088 Fax 507-286-5028 Internet firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Sent by: To: firstname.lastname@example.org owner-domino400@mi cc: drange.com Subject: How do I enter a host address in the Deny list? 05/24/2001 03:04 PM Please respond to DOMINO400 We received some spam mail from "orstrich.IIS.U-TOKYO.AC.JP <email@example.com>". I want to enter the host in my "deny" list - would I enter the host name as "U-TOKYO.AC.JP", or as "IIS.U-TOKYO.AC.JP", or as "orstrich.IIS.U-TOKYO.AC.JP"? Since we don't know ANYONE from Japan, how would I exclude all mail from ".JP", knowing that such mail will only be spam?
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