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    Posted: 25 September 2018 at 9:01pm
Is there a way to auto whitelist these type emails that come from a mostly different address each time?
 
 
 this is always different:
 
this is always same:
 
I have one user who wants these emails, but if I white list in.constantcontact.com everyone will get email from them.
 
Thanks in advance
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote LogSat Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25 September 2018 at 10:19pm
mmmctune,

The AutoWhitelistForceDelivery whitelist supports the use of wildcards. You could thus add this line to it:

==*@in.constantcontact.com|YourUser@YourDomain.com

to apply the whitelist entry just to them.
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had to wait for one to come in.  *==@in.constantcontact.com|youruser@yourdomain.com  took care of it.  Thanks!
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I can't recall if it does this by default, but SpamFilter will check the From: header when whitelisting as well.

So those random Constant Contact addresses, you can actually whitelist based on the From: header that  you see in the email client.  That way you are allowing the mail from a specific Constant Contact customer and not all of them.
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