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Spam Filter/Whitelist Issues - 19.May2008 3:40:33 PM   


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    We (not we, actually a computer guy) installed the 2007 Exchange Server back in Nov/Dec last year.  I went into the IMF and added all of our white-listed addresses from our previous email program.  The issue is that the IMF filter wants to continually hold the white-listed email until I go into the server and open the IMF.  It doesn't hold them all, only the ones which might have been considered spam prior to being white-list.  It basically defeats the whole point of white-listing.  But, if it has anything like lower case letters in the subject line or anything like that, it holds it until I open the IMF.

My guess - something is not working, or set up right.  The guy who set up our server has apparently given up, but this is not working for us.

Any ideas?

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RE: Spam Filter/Whitelist Issues - 19.May2008 8:01:13 PM   
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