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Advanced Internal External Settings Window

In this window, you can configure settings that affect which recipients SendAware considers internal or external to your organization.

Please note that this window uses patterns, as opposed to domains, used by the Simple Internal External Settings Window.

By default, all Exchange addresses are considered internal. You can override that using the External Name Patterns field. Exchange Contacts, listed in the Global Address Book, are treated as external.

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Internal Email Address Patterns

List of internal email address patterns.

External Email Address Patterns

List of external email address patterns.

External Name Patterns

List of external recipient names.

Patterns

Patterns, used by SendAware, work in a way very similar to file and folder name patterns used by Windows. A pattern is a string that can include wildcards . SendAware supports two wildcards: * and ?.

* matches zero or more characters. ? matches exactly one character. Patterns are case insensitive.

Examples

*@TechHit.com matches joe@techhit.com and mary@TechHit.com. It does not match joe@us.TechHit.com.

*TechHit.com matches joe@techhit.com, mary@TechHit.com, Paul@us.TechHit.com, Ian@uk.techhit.com, etc.

*@*.TechHit.com matches joe@us.techhit.com, mary@uk.TechHit.com. It does not match joe@TechTechHit.com.