- New rules are made to run first by default
- Your main company rule(s) are now created on your behalf when a new subdomain gets added or creating a new test user
- New condition allows you to prompt when not just two different domains are encountered, but rather when two different companies are listed as recipients
The new feature (called “Only One Company”) allows users to send emails to multiple recipients whose domains that belong to the same company. This feature is useful for financial and legal firms and really anytime a small but important list of clients and their domains are known ahead of time. It forces users to email only one company at a time, regardless of how many recipients have different email addresses – as long as all those recipients belong to the same company. This feature differs from the other condition that warns you anytime that you send to two different domains because it allows users to send to three, four or however many domains that the company has. The one caveat is that you must know the domains of your target companies in advance. If you don’t know the domains, then the existing feature to prompt whenever there are more than one external domain present can be used.