Learn How to Whitelist Email Addresses and Domains
At Comodo, we understand that whitelisting can be beneficial for emails because if you don’t get them whitelisted, you may not receive important messages. There are two sides to the coin because you need messages delivered to you, but also need to deliver messages to others. Our product can simplify the process for both options and get your message out to the people for which it is intended.
Types of Email
Many companies use web-based clients that offer free-mail services, such as Yahoo, Hotmail and Gmail. Others use a subscription-based webmail, such as AOL, Comcast and Earthlink. Those people that use mobile devices may find that Android, and iPhone/iPad email is used while desktop clients can use web-based mail or Outlook, Exchange and others.
Add a Contact
Adding a contact is similar to the whitelist email feature, but it may not be enough. In most cases, you click on the contacts area and click to add your contact. You can include a lot of different information, such as phone numbers, additional email addresses, website URLs and sometimes even birthdays and anniversaries.
This is the easiest way to whitelist email addresses, but may not be sufficient. You need to have control over who gets sent what. Administrators have to be able to:
- See who is sending messages
- See who is receiving messages
- Log the above information
- Ensure security and safety are not breached
If employees are allowed to send emails from their work accounts to anyone, they could send private information, such as credit card info, birthdates and other secret things.
The Difference with Comodo
Our product allows you to do more than add contacts, which can be done by anyone with an account. Administrators can quickly learn how to whitelist email and create whitelists that are appropriate and necessary for work. This supersedes any other emails that were whitelisted by employees before our product took over, so contact us today to learn more.