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Exchange 2010 Content Filter Configuration Whitelist

Posted on 2012-03-15
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I've been adding sender domains to be bypassed by scanning by using the following command line:

Set-ContentFilterConfig -BypassedSenderDomains *.example.com

The problem is, that this command OVERWRITES the previous entry.   What command do I use to ADD to the list?

I already thought I added around 50+ domains, but it only shows the last one I entered!
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this is the way you do your content filter


$foo=Get-ContentFilterConfig
$foo.BypassedSenderDomains +=”somedomain.com”
$foo | Set-ContentFilterConfig

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