Set SMTP IP Address and Domain Name Restrictions
You can grant or deny SMTP virtual server access to specific users or groups, which you specify by IP address or domain name. By default, the SMTP virtual server is accessible to all IP addresses. You can set restrictions by specifying a single IP address, a group of addresses using a subnet mask, or a Windows 2000 domain name.
Tip If you choose to grant or deny access based on domain name, you will get a warning window informing you that a Domain Name System (DNS) reverse lookup on each connection will be necessary. Reverse DNS lookups are expensive and could tax your system, so be sure your system can handle the additional processing if you select this option.
To set IP address and domain name restrictions:
Tip For the Single computer option, if you don't know the IP address of the computer, click DNS Lookup, and then type in the name of the computer. Exchange will fill in the IP address for you.
Note To delete from the list
of computers, select an entry, and then click Remove.