Edge Transport > Anti-Spam > IP Block List Providers Properties > Exceptions Tab

Exchange 2007

Applies to: Exchange Server 2007 SP3, Exchange Server 2007 SP2, Exchange Server 2007 SP1

Topic Last Modified: 2006-07-17

Use the Exceptions tab on the IP Block List providers properties to specify recipients in your organization for which messages are not blocked by the IP Block List provider lists. For example, if you have a customer support e-mail alias, you may want to accept all inbound e-mail messages for that address.

Do not block messages sent to the following e-mail addresses, regardless of provider feedback

In this field, type the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) address for an existing recipient that you don't want to block. For example, kim@contoso.com.


To add that recipient to the Exceptions list, after you type the recipient's SMTP address, click Add.

For more information, see the following topic:


To change a recipient's SMTP address, select the recipient's SMTP address from the list, and then click Edit.


To delete a recipient from the Exceptions list, select the recipient's SMTP address, and then click Remove icon.


To save your changes without closing the dialog box, click Apply.

For information on connection filtering and IP Block list functionality, see the following topics:


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