How do I create Outgoing Mail Policie,Outgoing content filters and individual content filters?

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IronPort C160.

async OS 6.5.3

Server 1 and server 2 are communicating through ironport.( and also scanning)

Server 1 we have setup domain abc.lk and yy.abc.lk in same server, this reside on DMZ. same segment ironport is connected,

Server 2: we have setup separate server int.abc.lk which is resided on internal lan.

Server 1 and server 2 should have to communicate internally, but server2 should not communicate to outside the world (eg. [email protected])

How do I create "Outgoing Mail Policies, Outgoing content filters and the individual content filters?

Note: Now server 1 and server2 are communicating internal and also communicating external ([email protected]), I need server 2 not to communicate external ([email protected]) it should be block and also do not block server 2 communicating to server1

I have attached diagram also.

Thanks.

sumathi.

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steven_geerts Sun, 01/24/2010 - 15:29

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Hello Sumathi,

(Thanks for adding a diagram, that helps understanding your situation)

I think the simplest solution is to create a filter that allows server 2 (based on it's IP) to communicate with the internal domains, and drop the messages when they are targeted to any other domain

so:

filter source IP = servers

condition: message to: is NOT abc.lk or yy.abc.lk

action: drop message

hope this helps!

Steven

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