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    Hello,

    Thanks for sharing your idea with us to allow an account to be excluded from the SMTP auth requirement when the connection is from a specified IP address.

    My apologies for not providing this information previously.

    Currently this can be done using a combination of IP Shielding and SMTP authentication. To do this go to Security / Security Settings / Sender Authentication / IP Shield. Enable IP Shielding and then add the domain/IP pairs for the IP address and domain you’d like to be able to send mail without authenticating. For example, if I want 10.10.10.10 to be able to send mail for test.mail without authenticating I would add a domain IP pair for test.mail, 10.10.10.10. At a minimum you’ll want to add a single domain IP pair for every domain that is hosted locally. If you don’t want to allow any IP addresses to send mail for the…

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