Rod, I did what you suggested and put them in as a Trusted Sender. That is what I was trying to do, stop them from being treated as spam.
Regarding whitelisting a domain as bad... True, but whitelisting an IP address then is even worse ! If you whitelist a domain, then anything from that domain comes through, but as its set up now, you have to whitelist an IP address. Meaning "BillyJo-JimBob" web hosting service has 4,000 domains on it and all of them share the same IP address as a mail server. all 4,000 could spam you and they get through if you whitelist that one IP. I would much rather take the chance with a single domain than an IP address.
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