How to Whitelist or Blacklist in SpamExperts

One of the most common tasks in a spam prevention program is whitelisting and blacklisting email addresses or domains. This helps you tailor spam monitoring programs such as SpamExperts to allow or deny specific domains or email addresses. We will go over how to whitelist or blacklist senders and recipients in your SpamExperts control panel.

Whitelisting Senders in SpamExperts

Any sender in this list will not be checked for spam and automatically allowed through to any recipient on the account.

  1. Log into SpamExperts.
  2. 01 click sender whitelist

    Click on the Sender whitelist icon.

  3. 02 enter sender whitelist

    Locate the Whitelist a sender section and enter either a single domain name ([email protected]), an entire domain (example.com) or an entire TLD (*.com) to whitelist in the Sender field.

  4. 03 click add sender whitelist

    Click on the Add button.

04 new sender whitelist

The new item will appear in the whitelisted sender list above.

Whitelisting Recipients in SpamExperts

Any recipient on this list will receive email without it being checked for spam.

  1. Log into your SpamExperts account.
  2. 05 click recipient whitelist

    Click on the Recipient whitelist icon.

  3. 06 enter recipient whitelist

    Locate the Whitelist a recipient area and enter the email address you wish to whitelist in the Email address field. This is only recommended for special use addresses such as [email protected] or [email protected].

  4. 07 click add recipient whitelist

    Click the Add button.

08 new recipient whitelist

The newly added recipient will appear in the whitelisted recipient list above.

Blacklisting Senders in SpamExperts

Any sender on this list will automatically have their email rejected and sent back with a 5## SMTP error.

  1. Log into your SpamExperts dashboard.
  2. 09 click sender blacklist

    Click on the Sender blacklist icon.

  3. 10 enter sender blacklist

    Find the Sender blacklist section and enter either a single domain name ([email protected]), an entire domain (example.com) or an entire TLD (*.com) to blacklist in the Sender field.

  4. 11 click add sender blacklist

    Click on the Add button.

12 new sender blacklist

The newly sender will now appear in the blacklisted sender list above.

Blacklisting Recipients in SpamExperts

Any recipient on this list will have all email sent to it automatically rejected and sent back with a 5## SMTP error.

  1. Log into SpamExperts.
  2. 13 click recipient blacklist

    Click on the Recipient blacklist icon.

  3. 14 enter recipient blacklist

    Locate the Blacklist a recipient area and enter the email address you wish to blacklist in the Email address field. This is only recommended for special use addresses that you wish to never receive any email.

  4. 15 click add recipient blacklist

    Click the Add button.

16 new recipient blacklist

The newly added recipient will appear in the blacklisted recipient list above.

Thoughts on “How to Whitelist or Blacklist in SpamExperts

  • We are receiving e-mails masquerading as coming from a legitimate user. Can we have the system quarantine anything from a specific user address to let us check it by previewing it before we release it to the recipient(s) ?

  • Hello, what happens if someone is placed on both the whitelist and blacklist? I would like to blacklist a Top-Level Domain (ie. all of .us) but also whitelist a particular safe domain address (ie. safesender.us). Would this work as intended?

    • Theoretically, yes that should work as intended. Although I have never tried the scenario you described exactly, the whitelist rules will have higher priority than the blacklist rules. I do recommend testing this to be sure though!

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