Allow / block domains and emails¶
From the Allow/Block tab, you can easily view, search, and update your email/domain Allowlist and Blocklist. All domains and email addresses are displayed in one Allow/Block list which can be filtered:
The Name column displays the domain or email address item name. The List column indicates whether each item belongs to the Allowlist or Blocklist.
Select the All entities dropdown to filter the Allow/Block list by Email or Domain:
Select the All lists dropdown to filter the Allow/Block list by Allowlist or Blocklist:
Use the Search box to filter the Allow/Block list Name column by a using a free text search:
To add domains or email addresses to the Allowlist or Blocklist:
Select the ADD button:
Select an option:
Select Add to Allowlist to add item(s) to the Emails or Domains list of the Add to Allowlist dialog:
To add your items to the Allowlist, select ADD TO LIST.
Select Add to Blocklist to add item(s) to the Emails or Domains list of the Add to Blocklist dialog:
To add your items to the Blocklist, select ADD TO LIST.
Select Import from CSV to upload a comma-separated value (CSV) file containing your Allowlist and/or Blocklist data.
To learn more about creating a valid CSV file, see Using a CSV file.
Select your CSV file in the Upload a CSV file dialog:
To begin the import process, select IMPORT.
Coro presents a confirmation dialog that the import is now in progress:
Select GOT IT to continue.
After the import process is complete, Coro displays an acknowledgement notice in the Console and places an entry in the Activity Log providing details of the import operation.
Items are displayed in the Allow/Block list, along with the List they belong to (Allowlist or Blocklist):
Using a CSV file¶
Coro enables you to add existing email security allowlist and blocklist data by importing a CSV file containing a list of user email addresses with their corresponding list (Allow/Block).
Entries in your CSV file must follow the pattern:
<email address>,<list type>
Each entry must be on a separate line, and <list type> must be one of
Files must abide by the following rules:
- You must specify valid values in both columns. Entries with extra columns or invalid values will be ignored.
- The maximum file size is 5 MB.
- A maximum of 100,000 records are permitted.
To facilitate creating a valid CSV file, Coro provides a link to a template in the Upload a CSV file dialog: