Supported and unsupported syntax 



Customer White-list:


Full domain without any regular expression variables and no @ sign:


For example : everycloudtech.com , if inserted under the customers white-list or user white-list ,would ensure that any emails being sent from the domain everycloudtech.com would bypass the info-mail and basic spam filtering .


Supported:

  • everycloudtech.com

 

Any other variant will not work, although the system may accept the syntax:

Unsupported:


If you would like to white-list a subdomain of everycloudtech.com , for instance test.everycloudtech.com then you will need to enter test.everycloudtech.com as the full entry as the black/white-list TLD entry: everycloudtech.com will not automatically white-list all sub-domains of everycloudtech.com from within the black/white-list tab.

 

Regular expressions and the '@' sign are not supported within the customer black/white-list tab as the black/white-list tab does not provide a regular expression engine .


User White-list


Supported:

  • everycloudtech.com
  • email@domainaddress.com

 

Any other variant will not work, although the system may accept the syntax:


Unsupported:

  •  @everycloudtech.com -> will not work without including the local part: eg: (test@everycloudtech.com)
  •  *everycloudtech.com
  • .*everycloudtech.com
  • *@everycloudtech.com