SpamTitan

Adding and Deleting Blacklisted IP Addresses

Go to System Setup > Mail Relay > IP Controls to add or delete IP addresses to your blacklist. If you blacklist an IP, then mail from that address or network will be rejected during the initial SMTP handshake and before any of the message body is received.

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Blacklisting Dashboard Top Ten Relays

When enabled, SpamTitan Gateway automatically blacklists the Top 10 Virus Relays and Top 10 Spam Relays as they appear on the dashboard. Relays found in your Trusted Networks are not blacklisted.

The following limits apply before a relay will be blacklisted:

  • A spam relay must have sent at least twenty spam items and appear in Top 10 Spam Relays list.

  • A virus Relay must have sent at least two viruses and appear in the Top 10 Virus Relays list.

To enable this feature, click Enable opposite Blacklist Top Ten Virus/Spam Relays:.

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Adding a Blacklist Entry

Follow the steps below to add an IP address to your blacklist.

  1. Click Add... and the Add Blacklisted IP window displays.

  2. Using the table below as a reference, complete the fields in the Add Blacklisted IP window.

  3. Click Save to save or Cancel to discard this blacklist entry.

Deleting a Blacklist Entry

  1. Click the checkbox ST-701-check-box.jpg to the left of the blacklist entry or entries you want to delete and click Delete.

  2. To delete a single entry, click the delete ST-701-delete-button.jpg icon in the Options column to the right of that entry.

Editing a Blacklist Entry

  1. Click the edit ST-701-edit-button.jpg icon in the Options column to the right of the entry to want to edit.

  2. Using the table below as a reference, complete the fields in the Edit Blacklist IP window.

  3. Click Save to save your changes or Cancel to discard changes to this blacklist entry.

Field

Description

IP/Network:

An individual IP address or network range to be blacklisted.

Netmask:

Select the netmask for the specified IP address. Individual IPv4 addresses have a /32 (255.255.255.255) netmask.

Address Type:

IPv4 (default) or IPv6.

Comment:

Optional comment for this entry.