how to block domain?

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  1. axyoma

    axyoma New Member

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    I want to know how I can block sending to all e-mail messages under a specific domain name
    I want the domain will be on Black List
    Is it possible?

    thank's
     
  2. Rob

    Rob Active Member

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    You can add policies to each delivery server:

    Backend > Servers > Delivery Servers > Update (pick the server you want to block a domain)

    Scroll down to the section "Domain Policies" Click "Add Policy" it explains the syntax you should use.
     
  3. twisted1919

    twisted1919 Administrator Staff Member

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    @axyoma - You can also add *@domain.com in the blacklist to block sending to all @domain.com emails.
     
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    If I were to blacklist a domain via this method during a campaign run, would that campaign still send to the addresses belonging to that blacklisted domain?
     
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    And also what if one wanted to blacklist any domain on .com for instance?
     
  6. twisted1919

    twisted1919 Administrator Staff Member

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    Nope.

    Backend -> Settings -> Email Blacklist -> Regular expressions and add something like:
    #(.*)\.com$#
     
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    Awesome thanks. It does the trick :)
     
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    Hi, so if i wanted block .net domain then would it go like this: /.net/
     
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    This does not work
     
  11. twisted1919

    twisted1919 Administrator Staff Member

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    @Felipe Quiroz - That's true, newer versions of the app don't support it anymore. Use the regexes area from backend > settings > email blacklist.
     
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    As a side note, maybe someone needs it, here is a list of domains used for disposable email addresses.
    Copy/paste the list in Backend > Settings > Email Blacklist if you wish to block all these domains.
     

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    Thanks...much needed
     
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    @adamx and @twisted1919 is there any reason I keep seeing these regex examples from people on the forum without the $ character to really control that the TLD is the end of the email?

    I put all of these in, but since there are a few where they might exist as odd sub domains I make sure that it ends with $ like: /(.*)@fakeemail\.com$/i.

    But I keep seeing on the forums here everyone ignoring the check for end-of-line. Just wondering if I am missing something.
     
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    @Gregg - You have a good point, people should add an $ at the end to make sure only that tls is matched.
     
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    How to block all email with domain: ittion2b.com? Thank
     
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    twisted1919 Administrator Staff Member

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    Code:
    /^(.*)@ittion2b\.com$/i
    
     
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    and this domain use with:
    abc@usa.ittion2b.com
    xyz@uk.ittion2b.com

    How to add this

    Thanks you
     
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    Code:
    /ittion2b\.com$/i
    
     
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    frm.mwz Well-Known Member

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    Thx again for posting this. Just stumbled upon this regularly updated list of disposable email domains:
    https://github.com/martenson/disposable-email-domains/blob/master/disposable_email_blacklist.conf
    or
    https://web.archive.org/web/2018091...s/blob/master/disposable_email_blacklist.conf
     
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