I've read quite a few posts here about allowing 'good users' send from blacklisted IP's. Most of the solutions involve creating a rule for the ip and user.
I'm just wondering is there a more elegant catch all solution. The scenario we are in is as follows.
Our organisation sees a lot of our members travelling and sending mail from hotels, road side cafés, or USB 3G dongles (mobile devices). Some also live abroad and work from home.
At any one time there could be 40-50 users off site at conferences or in transit to or from various seminars.
As a consequence quite a few of them cannot send mails as they inevitably find themselves trying to send from blacklisted IP's.
I have the SBRS set to block from -10 to -6. I don't think this is overly aggressive, and I'm not keen on relaxing this any further than it already is.
It's not an option to constantly add IP's and users to and from rules as most of my day would be filled with requests just for this.
Is it a just matter of changing Connection Behaviour from 'Reject' to 'Continue' for the Blocked Mail Flow Policy?
I feel I'm missing something simple here :oops: