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How to block IP range with Global Email Filters?

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by Chuck Spidell, Apr 8, 2015.

  1. Chuck Spidell

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    I'd like to block a range of ip addresses starting with 31.204.159.0 to avoid additional spam using the Global Email Filters. What's the recommended settings for creating a filter?
     
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    Thanks Dan. I had already checked out those threads. I don't have admin permissions as I'm on a shared hosting account. CIDR ranges didn't work with the Global Email Filters, only IP Blocker. However, I've been in touch with their tech support and trying this method:

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    Any Header > contains
    IP address with last three digits and decimal point removed

    cpanel-block-ips.jpg
     
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