Our employees travel worldwide and some live in
How can I use XE-Filter?
Employees Traveling To Other Countries
Employees Living In Other Countries
While traveling, it is unlikely that people will arrange for an
email account with a local, in-country ISP. This would require a
change of email address with each country visited.
Most likely, international business travelers will use a browser to access their
corporate email servers (with Microsoft Outlook Web Access or
other similar browser application). In this case, their email
will come from servers in their home country, not the country they are visiting.
Even if public emails services are used (Google, Yahoo, Hotmail,
etc.) the email server
used most likely resides in their home country.
For companies with employees residing in other countries who
have an email account with the local ISP, XE-Filter provides a simple means to whitelist
addresses or domains.
With these whitelists, an administrator can easily configure XE-Filter to still
refuse email from high-spam producing countries (Korea, China, Nigeria, etc.) while
maintaining email contact with a worldwide staff.
Customizing Refused eMail Messages
If an employee's IP or email address does change and an
international email gets
accidentally refused, the XE-Filter
log provides a simple means to modify the whitelist with the new
Also, the server sending the refused email messages produces a non-delivery message
that is sent
back to the message originator. This message can contain a
message text that could offer an alternate
contact method until their new email information is added to the
This message could appear as...