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Will MX UTM protect my Network from going E-mail Blacklisted?

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Will MX UTM protect my Network from going E-mail Blacklisted?

Hi, I've a network where i share the internet connection between the Staff and hotel Guests. and for sure i can not control the Guests network. so i expect to have infected devices to connect to this Guest Network, and to start sending floods of spams to the Internet. and it is a matter of time that the WAN IP Address of the internet connection will be black listed. is there a configuration on the MX to delete such type of traffic? Thanks
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Re: Will MX UTM protect my Network from going E-mail Blacklisted?

Just block port 25.  No respecting system uses that for users email anymore.

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Re: Will MX UTM protect my Network from going E-mail Blacklisted?

Hi, this could be considered as an option. but when i have a Guests LAN, i can not do this. out of question in my case. Thanks
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Re: Will MX UTM protect my Network from going E-mail Blacklisted?

If you are not willing to block port 25 or filter SMTP traffic for your guests, then no, the MX does not do what you're looking for. 

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