Exempt recipient domains from business rules checks


Zivver Office Plugin normally checks draft messages for business rules violations. This is performed in the cloud, by the Zivver backend servers. However, organizational policies or laws may mandate that some messages should not be sent to the cloud. This document explains how to configure the Zivver Office Plugin so that messages addressed to certain domains are not checked for business rules violations.

Exempt recipient domains from business rules checks

Via the Windows Registry

In HKCU\Software\Zivver\OfficePlugin\Settings create a registry key with the following parameters:

Name: HighlyConfidentialDomains

Type: string

Value: list of domain names you wish to exempt from checks

Domain names should be separated by commas , or semicolons ;. Spaces are trimmed and all chars are converted to lowercase. If the wildcard * is specified as one of the domains, it will cause all messages sent to non-ZIVVER domains to not be checked (i.e., all domains will be considered highly confidential).

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