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Many automatic emails are sent directly from our servers and can be blocked by SPAM filters and/or firewalls. If you or your clients are not receiving emails sent from our servers, they may need to whitelist one or more of the applicable IP addresses or domains. 

IP addresses that begin with 167.68 are owned by Thomson Reuters. Allowing anything in this range will emcompass everything sent from Thomson Reuters applications. 

Tax.thomsonreuters.com

These are the IP addresses used for invites and password reset requests for CS Web accounts and should whitelisted to the firewall.

The following domains should be whitelisted to SPAM filter. 

Virtual Office/SaaS/NetFirm

These are the IP addresses used for invites, password resets and notifications from NetStaff and NetClient portals. These emails may be spoofed if the user changes the "sender" field for notifications in the Admin tab of the navigation pane. For more information, refer to Modifying templates for notification messages that are sent by NetFirm CS

GoFileRoom

In the event that GoFileRoom's Disaster Recovery site is utilized, the following IPs should be allowed: 205.145.137.1 through 205.145.137.254

MKT/Data Exchange

These are the IP addresses used for MKT portals such as basic and conversion data exchanges. 

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Create a Sender Policy Framework (SPF) Record for your Domain

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