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exim block by domain

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by dibello, Feb 10, 2015.

  1. dibello

    dibello Member

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    I was able to follow the instructions about adding a manual exim block list for domains with success.

    (/http://www.tokenbird.me.uk/2014/02/19/blocking-email-senders-by-domain-via-cpanelwhm)

    a good 600 of these emails today... each with a separate ip

    Code:
    2015-02-10 20:37:10 H=(amoricanexpress.com) [24.239.84.102]:4126 sender verify fail for <fxC4480@amoricanexpress.com>: Connection rejected: SPAM source amoricanexpress.com is manually blacklisted.
    2015-02-10 20:37:10 H=(amoricanexpress.com) [24.239.84.102]:4126 F=<fxC4480@amoricanexpress.com> rejected RCPT <xxx@xxx.com>: Sender verify failed
    Is there a way to bypass sender verification and just reject incoming ip with the domain blocklist?
     
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  2. 24x7server

    24x7server Well-Known Member

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    Hello,

    Yes, You can disable sender verification through WHM on your server, But I will suggest you please keep enable on this. It's not good idea to disabled it on shared server.
     
  3. keat63

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    Hi Dibello.

    I took over 1000 of these over night, started about 17:00 yesterday evening and I was still being bombarded this morning.

    I think i've just followed those instructions although they are a little vague for someone who doesn't know his way around.
    I'll report back in an hour.
     
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  4. keat63

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    Well I guess it sort of works, as i've seen no more from amoricanexpress.com for a few hours.
    However, adding new domains to a new line doesn't appear to block the new entries.
     
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  5. cPanelMichael

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    There are no native options for this functionality, but you could develop a script that determines the IP address of those domain names and then blocks the IP address in your firewall.

    Thank you.
     
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