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Hello,

How do I make a domain completely exempt from any anti spam filtering.
Some messages are receiving a SCL rating of 3 or above and are going into users Junk Mail folders. I want to make sure these messages always have an SCL of 0.

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Set-ContentFilterConfig -BypassedSenderDomains somedomain.com,someotherdomain.com
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What if the domain has multiple sub domains, such as us.domain.com, sales.us.domain.com, do I need to add them all, or would the root domain suffice?
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The root domain should be sufficient, however, to be safe you can whitelist all of it.
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