Managing Domains

Notes: This topic is only for certain people:

* Those who have set spamBlocker to Suspect Email Blocking (see Selecting Your Protection Level).

AND

*Those who want to be able to receive emails from everyone in a given company. To add a single email address to your Address Book, see Allow Senders.

Manage domains in order to allow or stop allowing them. Allowing a domain means that all email sent from that domain (like earthlink.net, or amazon.com) are allowed to get through to your inbox. For example?

Let's say that you want to allow all emails from your bank, SuperDuper Bank. You'd add superduperbank.com to the list of allowed domains.

Then, whether you get an email from bob@superduperbank.com, or babs@superduperbank.com spamBlocker will allow the message to come through, even if those addresses aren't in the Address Book. That way, you don't have to add email addresses for every person at the bank who might email you.

Click below to see instructions on managing domains.

Allow a company (Domain)

  1. Click the Address Book button in the blue Web Mail bar at the top of the screen.

  2. Click the Manage Domains button at the top of the page. The list of allowed domains will open.

  3. Click the Add button.

  4. Type the Company (Domain) in the text field (e.g., amazon.com).

  5. Click Allow This Company (Domain).

The domain will be added to the list and email from that domain will be allowed.

Stop Allowing a Company (Domain)

  1. Click the Address Book button in the blue Web Mail bar at the top of the screen.

  2. Click the Manage Domains button. The list of allowed domains will open.

  3. Click the check box next to each Company (Domain) you wish to remove.

  4. Click the Delete button.

The domain will be removed from the list. spamBlocker will place emails from that domain into the Suspect Email Folder unless you've added a specific email address to your Address Book.

Note: Email addresses on the Blocked Sender list will remain blocked, even if their company is on the list.

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