Address matches are identified if the checked address is similar to one or more addresses on the restricted party lists. Once you have ascertained that the checked address is not identical to any of these restricted parties, you can define it as a Good Guy. This exempts this address from the address check. A Good Guy must always be included in a Good Guy list.
A Good Guy list is available only to the client for which you created it: See Creating a new Good Guy list.
Copying a Good Guy list to another client
You can copy a Good Guy list to another client (or another installation) by exporting it, then importing it under another client. You have the following options:
- Exporting a Good Guy list from a client: You export a Good Guy list from a source client to import it again somewhere else.
- Adding a Good Guy list in another client: The Good Guy list from the source client is added as a new Good Guy list in the target client.
- Replacing a Good Guy list in another client: The Good Guy list from the source client replaces a Good Guy list with the same name in the target client.
- Merging Good Guy lists in a client: The Good Guy list from the source client is merged with a Good Guy list of the same name in the target client.
- If the Good Guy lists in the clients have different names when you replace or merge them, then it is necessary to align them before you import the exported list into the target client.
For more information see Renaming Good Guy lists.