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With this list you can enter the email addresses of those who are allowed to enter your email address and those who are not.
On a regular basis, ProofPoint will send a "digest" of messages it has quarantined due to a high probability of being spam. Sometimes legitimate mail is tagged as spam and needs your help in being identified as safe.
If the messages listed in your digest are truly Junk Mail, simply allow two weeks to pass without doing anything. After two weeks the messages will automatically be permanently discarded. For this reason it is important to respond quickly to mail that is not junk mail, because once a message is discarded, the Email Administrator cannot retrieve it.
As noted in the description here is a summary of your choices:
You may choose to save a copy of this email for a long time, because within it are various administrative links:
Access your Junk Mail profile at any time from https://spamdigest.byui.edu:10020/
(Use your regular password but with firstname.lastname@example.org as the username.)
Once there you can manage your Safe Senders List, Blocked Senders List, or use Request Digest option to have a list of messages currently in your personal Quarantine immediately emailed to you.
*All of these functions are provided on a web page using a non-standard server port 10020. If your home or apartment has a firewall blocking connections to port 10020, you will either need to ask them to make a firewall exception, or you will need to manage your account from another location. Access to port 10020 is allowed from all on-campus computers.