On 4/4/2019 9:37 AM, KeN Etter wrote:
> On Thu, 04 Apr 2019 12:33:41 GMT, KeN Etter
> <ketter@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com> wrote:
>
>> On Wed, 03 Apr 2019 20:00:19 GMT, Steve B <cns965+nospam@gmail.com>
>> wrote:
>>
>>> I need to add a few ranges of ip address to the spam exception so test
>>> messages from our email monitoring service don't get caught as a false
>>> positve. The instructions only say "Add multiple addresses to the list
>>> by placing them on their own individual lines."
>>>
>>> Has anyone tried adding a range like 76.54.321.0/24 ?
>>>
>>> I tried this and immediately it started letting all the spam through no
>>> matter what the sending IP address is. I'm hoping there is a way to
>>> enter a block of ip's so we don't have to enter in each ip in the /24
>>> for it to work.

>>
>> According to the docs, you should be able to enter an ip address or
>> range. But they don't state the format for the range. I'm checking
>> to see if I can find out what it is.

>
> I was told from a reliable source that you can use CIDR notation. So
> I'm not sure why you had the problem you did. It should work. Are
> you fully patched? You sure you had the policy correctly created? If
> you can't get it to work, you might want to consider an SR.
>


we were behind on patches - installed up to date this morning
we'll try again and open an SR if we can't get it to work - just wanted
to make sure we weren't spinning our wheels trying something unsupported

Thanks