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How to whitelist a domain in Office 365 and bypass spam filter? An issue that a lot of companies are facing is SPAM. We all have heard about it. Sometimes you get a request to bypass specific domains. This article will teach you how to whitelist a domain in Office 365 to bypass SPAM filtering.
Whitelist domain to bypass SPAM filtering in Microsoft Office 365
Log into Office 365 Exchange Admin Center using your credentials. Click in the feature pane on protection and click spam filter in the tabs. In the list view, click the Default spam filter policy and follow with the edit icon in the toolbar.
Click allow lists. Click the + icon.
Enter the domain that you like to whitelist. If you want to add more than one domain, add a semi-colon between the domains or every domain on a new line.
Confirm that you can see the entered domain in the allowed domain section. Click Save.
The domain is added to the Office 365 spam filter allow list. From now on, all the emails with that domain will not be marked as SPAM.
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To sum it up, you learned how to whitelist a domain in Office 365 to bypass SPAM filtering. Log into Office 365 and add the domain to the allowed domain section.
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