Domain-wide Allow and Block Lists (formerly known as White/Blacklists)
As an administrator, you can add allow or block entries that apply to every user in your domain. Individual user settings override these domain-wide settings: if you block aol.com for the domain, but an end user allows firstname.lastname@example.org, or even all of aol.com, then their settings will override the domain-wide settings.
Allow or Block Lists
Allowing and Blocking allows or blocks messages sent by specific senders. Please be aware that email senders can be forged - you can't rely on the sender 100%.
Blocked senders are blocked and end up in the quarantine.
Allowed senders always get past the spam filters, but if their messages are corrupt or virus infected, our other filters may capture them, in order to keep you well-protected.
Add individual senders or domains with the "Add Entry" and choose Allow or Block.
Or enter many at once with the "Bulk Operations" menu and choose "Bulk Add Allowed Senders" or "Bulk Add Blocked Senders".
You can allow or block:
TLD's (top level domains): .info, .tv, .eu, etc (be sure to leave the preceding dot out when adding TLD's)
More specific entries override the less specific, so you can block aol.com, but exempt your Mom by allowing email@example.com.