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Allow certain mail through IMF in Exchange 2003

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Morning All,

I have installed IMF on Exchange 2003 some time ago which is working fine for us, however, we are having some false positives. I would like to add these domain names to some exceptions area to allow mail through. Where would I look to do this? I am aware that this can be achieved via IP address but I am unable to get the IP address of some of the domains.

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