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Yen's Secret Garden
- Block 8 Lot 6 Saint Isidore Executive Village, San isidro, cabuyao, laguna, Sample, West Virginia, United States (US)
Allow emails only with authorized addresses or domains By default, your users can exchange email messages with any email address. However, in some cases, you might want to restrict the addresses or domains your users can exchange messages with. For example, a school might want to allow students to exchange messages with faculty members and other students, but not with people outside of the school. Tip: To turn on bounce messages (messages that inform your users that they've sent email to a restricted address), add [email protected] to your list of allowed senders. Bounce messages are sent from this address. When you restrict addresses or domains Receiving—Users can receive messages only from authorized addresses or domains. Messages sent from unauthorized domains, or messages from domains that can't be verified using DKIM or SPF, are returned to the sender with a message about the restriction policy. Sending—Users who send messages to an unauthorized domain get a bounce message explaining why their message was not sent. Notes: To allow internal messages between users within your organization (the set of domains associated with your company or school), check the Bypass this setting for internal messages box. The set of domains for your organization includes parent domains and subdomains. Email delivery restrictions apply to all users in the organizational unit. You can set up different restriction policies for different organizations. Coupon Code: Feb Sales (Expiring in 6 years)