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Change to messaging IP addresses for organ offers

Change to messaging IP addresses for organ offers

Audience
All transplant hospital staff
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At a glance
Effective February 3, one of our service providers (MIR3) is moving to a new data center. As a result, you may receive organ offer notification e-mails from different Internet Protocol (IP) addresses. Please notify your IT department to allow e-mails from the new addresses.

More details
As a result of the MIR3 data center relocation, IP addresses will change for the messages sent using this service. Some IT departments restrict e-mail to specific IP addresses or refer messages from new addresses to a spam folder.

Soon after the data center move, your email server will begin to receive traffic from these new addresses, which will be included in the published SPF records for email delivery:
97.107.118.214
216.24.147.140

Please notify your IT department in case they need to “whitelist” messages from these new addresses to ensure you continue to receive organ offers from the provider.

No changes will be made to the critical information contained in the notifications, and you will not need to change the way you respond to an offer notification.

Contact
If you have questions, please contact UNOS Customer Service (UNetSM Help Desk) at 1-800-978-4334.

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