How to manage the Organization Anti-spam settings (Exchange 2010)

  • Synopsis

    This guide will show you how to manage your Organization Anti-spam settings in the Exchange 2010 Control Panel.
  • Applicable to

    All hosted Exchange 2010 accounts.
  • Prerequisite

    • a hosted Exchange 2010 account
  • Video tutorial

  • How to

    1. Log into the Control Panel.
    2. Click on Spam Setting, located in the Organisation » Exchange section under Tasks.
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    3. If you wish to let your users define their own spam settings, check the box Allow users to change their spam settings.
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    4. Choose the Spam filtering level that is right for you.
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    5. In the Whitelist field, add an email address, a domain name or an IP address.
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    6. In the Blacklist field, add an email address, a domain name or an IP address.
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    7. Click on Save.
    Note: Items in your Blacklist override items in your Whitelist. If bob.com is in both your Whitelist and your Blacklist, emails from bob.com will be blocked.
    Note: If the box Allow users to change their spam settings is not checked, administrators can still make changes to their user's Whitelist and Blacklist but the user cannot.


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  • Keywords

    Anti-spam settings, Control Panel, manage, organization
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