How can I Whitelist or Blacklist BATV and/or VERP addresses?
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In an attempt to mitigate backscatter, mass-mailing applications like MailChimp, SendGrid and Mailgun may use Bounce Address Tag Validation (BATV) to determine the validity of a specified bounce address within an email. Within the
<local-part> of the
Mail From: field, BATV denotes the use of a tagging scheme that allows bounced mail to be assessed for validity and dropped accordingly. An example of an address using BATV may appear as follows:
Mail From: <email@example.com>
While BATV validates bounces, Variable Envelope Return Path (VERP) is implemented by mailing lists to automate recognition and removal of in-valid recipients.
The combination of these mass-mailing techniques can ultimately effect the approach towards implementing Whitelists and Blacklists to govern what mail reaches your INBOX.
Target the <domain-part> of the email address by adding it to either your Whitelist senders or Blacklist senders, available from: Settings -> Anti-Spam Settings.
For example, to Whitelist:
Please find the following example:
Remember to click Save Settings to push your new changes to your profile on our cloud.