Enable Message Filtering on a Virtual Server
When you enable message filtering on an SMTP virtual server, e-mail received from anyone on the message filtering list will not be accepted. If you have an SMTP virtual server connected to the Internet, for example, you can filter e-mail from one or more outside users who are trying to send e-mail to your organization through a particular IP address. However, on the same virtual server you might want to configure a different IP address (such as for internal users connecting to the Internet). For those internal users, you wouldn't want to enable filtering.
Message filtering is defined globally, but enabled at the SMTP virtual server on a per-IP address basis. Different groups of users can log on with any number of IP address/TCP port combinations. You can decide which combinations, and thus which users or groups, will have their messages filtered.
Note Before you can enable message filtering on a virtual server, you must create a message filter list.
To enable message filtering on a virtual server: