Specify Recipient and Sender Exceptions

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Specify Recipient and Sender Exceptions

Sometimes, you may not want messages that are intended for specific recipients to be filtered by the Content Filter agent. For example, if you have a customer support e-mail alias, you may want to accept all incoming e-mail messages for that address. In this case, you can specify recipients in your organization for which messages are not filtered by the Content Filter agent.

You can also specify senders and sender domains that you do not want to be filtered by the Content Filter agent. Bypassing content filtering for specific senders and sender domain messages is useful if there are external entities that your organization frequently exchanges messages with. Frequently, business contacts in this category may be excluded from content filtering by using individual Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 users' Safe Senders lists in your organization.