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strange occurrance in autowhitelistforcedelivery

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Topic: strange occurrance in autowhitelistforcedelivery
Posted By: Terry
Subject: strange occurrance in autowhitelistforcedelivery
Date Posted: 28 December 2012 at 7:54pm
I am getting some strange entries in this file that seem to have a prvs= entry in them...this is causing a problem as the next time we get an email they are again quarantined with a slightly different prvs= prefix on them like
 
mailto:prvs=1694617808=somebody@ups.com|someoneelse@portofportland.com" rel="nofollow - prvs=1694617808=somebody@ups.com|someoneelse@portofportland.com
 
can you give me a clue why these entries are happening?



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Posted By: yapadu
Date Posted: 02 January 2013 at 11:24pm
Hi Terry,

That is actually quite common, it is called http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bounce_Address_Tag_Validation" rel="nofollow - Bounced Address Tag Validation .  It does make the whitelisting process for those addresses more complex, you need to use some type of wildcard or regex in your whitelisting process.


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