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We are looking for a method of adding an email address to multiple users' Outlook 2007/2010 (we have a mixed environment) Safe Sender's list without the users having to do anything. Is there a Microsoft approved method of doing this? We have a software distribution tool that we can utilize to copy files, insert registry entries, run scripts, MSIs, EXEs, etc. to accomplish this; we are just missing the file/registry entry/script/MSI/EXE. Any help is appreciated.

Edit: Also, we do not want to overwrite any existing entries that users may have already added to their Safe Sender List.

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What type of mail server are you using? Why would you need to do this in the clients? – Zoredache Apr 25 '12 at 7:32
    
@Zoredache We are using Exchange 2010. I was under the impression this was not something that can be controlled by Exchange and that it was a client setting. Is this not the case? Thanks. – Chck Apr 28 '12 at 19:20

Are you wanting to append? I don't think this is very easy to do ... I think Outlook Profiler has a hidden ini file option, SafeSenders, that can do this ...

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