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Exchange Modify Global to Accept emails for invalid SPF

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I saw an article that exchange is blocking emails if it finds an invalid spf record from the sending domain. There was a response that you can go into global acceptance to modify the filtering and allow these to come through for domains that have this problem. Does someone have instructions because the article was for exchange 2003 and I cannot find anything in exchange 2007 on how to modify this
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so from this I have to use the Set-SenderIdConfig to allow these domains to come through?
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Yes, the parameter is -BypassedSenderDomains,

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Set-SenderIdConfig -BypassedSenderDomains example.com

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