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    Using wildcards in safe senders list

    Hi,

    Is it possible to use wildcards in the junk email safe senders list?

    They are accepted but don't work!

    I want to add addresses that change (ie: petri.co.il@mail93.us2.mcsv.net and petri.co.il@mail314.us3.mcdlv.net)

    I even tried petri.co.il@*.*.*.* which was accepted but still Outlook still "prevented the download of some pictures"

    Any help appreciated.
    David.

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    To save you time. No.

    I've been looking for an answer to this for a few years. Some websites will frustrate you by telling you that simply adding a * will work e.g. @*.mcdlv.net... Outlook accepts it but doesn't act on it.
    An add-in COULD be created to do this, so I am told but no-one seems really interested, certainly not Microsoft.

    Given the number of mass mailers with large numbers of sub-domains now e.g. mcdlv.net rsgsv.net etc it seems like a handy thing to have.

    Any kind coders out there feel like putting together an add-in?
    Last edited by one_putt; 24th April 2013 at 09:00 PM.

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