How to Create a Transport Rule for Stopping Spoofed Emails

How to Create a Transport Rule for Stopping Spoofed Emails: –

Recently My organization is getting bombarded with spoofed emails where the Display name is showing the first and last name of a member within the organization but the sender is actually some random address outside the organization. Apparently, our email gateway and Firewall has been unsuccessful with stopping these emails dead in their tracks.

Below are the steps how we have created a transport Rule and this helps us stopping spoofed emails.


Transport Rule For spoofing emails

About Mohd Hamza

 I have been working in IT for past 8.5+ years as a System / Network administrator in implementation and management of Server & Network infrastructures.  Effectively plan, install, configure and optimize the IT infrastructure to consistently achieve high availability, performance and security.  Expert at cisco networking (routing and switching). Installation, configuring & maintenance Cisco Routers like 1800, 2800, 3800 series& Cisco Switches like 6500, 4500,3750,3560,2960 and Cisco Meraki Security Appliance and Sophos Firewall.  Poses expertise on Red Hat and Debian System, Suse Linux, Windows Server 2008, 2012, Exchange Server 2010. Active Directory, DNS.  Excellent in KVM, VMWARE, XEN, Proxmox infrastructure with Software Defined Storage (zfs on NAPIT, OmniOS).  Applied virtualization technologies with advanced networking and deployed advanced cloud on VMware, KVM.  Backup tool Simpana software with Tape Drives.  SAP-Applications and SAP-Hana Database.  Storage ETERNUS DX200 S3Network and Security: Cisco Routing and Switching, Cisco Meraki (Security Appliance), Sophos Firewall, Linux Networking, Bridging, NMS (Alter point), Cisco VoIP, CUCM, Kaspersky Antivirus. VIRTUALIZATION & CLOUD: VMware (ESXi 5.1, 5.5, 6.0), CitrixXenServer, KVM, XenApp, XenDesktop, Hyper-V. Operating Systems: Linux (Red Hat, Centos, Debian and Suse Linux), Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Server 2003; Windows Server 2008; Windows Server 2008 core; Windows Server 2012; AD 2003; AD DS 2008; AD DS 2012, Exchange Server 2010. Software Defined Storage: Zfs based NAPIT on OmniOS, Btrfs on Linux, NAS, Iscsi, and Nexenta

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