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Last Modified: 2012-05-11

I have two questions related to each other.

I have just installed a SBS 2011 for one of my clients.

They are complaining that they aren’t receiving all their mail as certain clients of them are complaining that they aren’t responding to the mails they send.

So, how can I check what mail is lying in the exchange spambox?


How can I “whitelist” these senders so that mail received from them will not be treated as spam/junk.

Thanks a lot

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