A list of entities or Internet domains that are allowed to interact with another entity.
A list of trusted IP addresses and domains that allows all mail from these addresses to be delivered, bypassing spam filters.
A list of hosts from which connections should be accepted, or which should be treated as higher priority.
A list of IP addresses which are allowed to send you email. With Intellipeer, if you send someone an email their email server will automatically be added to your whitelist to make it easy for them to reply to you.
A list of numbers that are approved to either call or receive calls from, e.g. numbers that are exempted from a blacklist: Origination whitelist: Numbers or number ranges that are allowed to call a designated number. Destination whitelist: Numbers or number ranges that the user is allowed to call.
A list of email senders, domains, or hosts that are always automatically allowed to send mail to the filtered address, regardless of the message content.
a bit more effective because the list of approved programs is smaller and easier to determine
a list created to automatically accept e-mail (no matter the content) and have it delivered to the inbox
a list of accepted e-mail addresses or domain names from which an e-mail blocking program will allow those email messages to be received
a list of addresses that bypass filtering algorithms
a list of addresses that ISPs maintain to bypass filtering errors
a list of addresses that you accept mail from, no matter what the mail looks like
a list of addresses you do not want your ISP or Spam Filter to block
a list of approved site's that can be visited, all others are not allowed (like the
a list of email addresses and/or Internet Addresses that someone knows as "good" senders
a list of email addresses of your friends and colleagues that you always want to accept email from
a list of e-mail addresses or domains from which the customer allows mail to continue, even when the filter thinks it's "junk"
a list of email addresses (such as my
a list of e-mail addresses that are "allowed" to e-mail you
a list of email addresses that you allow to pass through the email system without being scanned for SPAM
a list of email addresses that you give the spam filter
a list of e-mail addresses that you want to receive e-mail from
a list of email addresses you ALWAYS want to get through the filter
a list of emails, domains or IP addresses from which you will always accept email, even if it would otherwise be considered spam
a list of e-mail senders whose e-mails will be accepted
a list of filenames that could be uploaded/stored (i
a list of IP addresses that have proven to be used for permission-based email only
a list of IP addresses which are trusted implicitly
a list of senders who are authorized to send email to the user
a more esoteric thing, which just allows you to bypass certain other checks for trusted incoming mail
a predefined list of IP addresses that are allowed to send email to and
a record of all email addresses, that may have been identified as spam, but
a set of email addresses and domain names that you select to bypass the Email Defense Solution process
a special list of allowed senders
The opposite of a blacklist. That is, instead of being an explicit list of senders from whom email will not be accepted or delivered, a whitelist is an explicit list of senders from whom email will be accepted.
List of email senders who are confirmed as valid and will not have email blocked. This typically includes opt-in email newsletters which may appear to be SPAM
Whitelists are groups of recognized senders, who recipients want to receive e-mail from. Whitelisting is the opposite of blacklisting.
An approved list; often used with regard to Internet content filtering, a whitelist only includes addresses (such as URLs or email) that have been specifically vetted in advance. See also Blacklist.
A list of email addresses, IP addresses or domains that is trusted by a user and therefore approved be delivered, bypassing the spam filters.
A list of pre-authorized email addresses from which email messages can be delivered regardless of spam filters.
Advance-authorized list of email addresses, held by an ISP, subscriber or other email service provider, which allows email messages to be delivered regardless of spam filters. See also enhanced white list.
A list of entities that are allowed from sending messages through. The opposite of a blacklist. A whitelist will allow all entities on the list to send messages, and disallow messages from any other entitiy.
A list of external email addresses, IP addresses and domains trusted by the entire organisation or individual users. All mail from these addresses is delivered, bypassing the spam filters.
A whitelist, is an access control mechanism which means, allow nobody, except members of the white list. Source: Wikipedia
"Whitelist" is either a noun or a verb, depending on how you use it. A whitelist is a list of accepted email address, part of an email client's address book or contact list. To "whitelist" means to approve or accept an email address in advance, usually done so that a junk-email filter will send email from that address directly to the recipient's in-box instead of to a temporary location, such as a bulk-mail folder. "Whitelist" was coined as an alternative to "blacklist" (also "blocklist"), meaning a list of email addresses or IP numbers of computers suspected of sending unsolicited email.
A list of 'good' or appropriate email addresses or Web sites.
A whitelist is a list of accepted items or persons in a set. This list is inclusionary, confirming that the item being analyzed is acceptable. It is the opposite of a blacklist which confirms that items are not acceptable.