Whitelist a domain in Exchange 2010

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If mail is being regarded as spam and it shouldn't the user can configure this in Outlook. However if a lot of users are complaining about this, it may be easier to create a transport rule in Exchange.

Open the Exchange Management Console and navigate to Organization Configuration, Hub Transport, tab Transport Rules. From the Actions pane on the right, choose "New Transport Rule":

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Enter a description for the new rule and make sure it is easily understandable! Press next to continue.

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Select the "when the From address contains specific words" option and in the Step 2 windows add the domain name to be allowed (in this case thisisnotspam.com ). Press next again.

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In this screen select the option "Set the spam confidence level to" and in the step 2 screen make sure it is set to 0 meaning it isn't spam. Continue pressing next a couple of time and then finish the wizard. Once the wizard is closed, the rule is active and the given domain won't be regarded as spam anymore.

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