Within the project mapping you can define a domain mapping (a regex) for addresses to only process emails with matching addresses. I'm not sure if there is an option to drop emails which doesn't match.
Maybe @Andy Brook can help with the rest.
Adding a change and not saving indicates that a field has ben entered that exceeds what I'd anticpiated, generally in a 255character field.
Many fields have been expanded from initial 255char to TEXT, but changing the schema is not something that can happen automatically. I've documented necessary steps on the wiki, a few SQL commands and you should be good to go.
To locat the specific field causing the problem, disable and re-enable the plugin, this flushes the bad data. Edit your profile and change /save one field at a time, looking specifically for text content greater than 255 characters.
Yes, Henning is right, its not a streamlined editing experience currently, flow is:
1. Edit Project
2. New Project Mapping, enter project Key, save. A new mapping is created.
3. On the Edit Project screen, Edit that Project Mapping.
4. Create a Domain/Group/Keyword mapping, and save. The new rule will be listed at the bottom of the Edit Project Mappings Screen.
Repeat 4 for new rules, use the navigation links to go back to the Configuration View at any time.
The question as titled can be best accomplished by setting Whitelisting> Whitelist Senders as .*@mango-solutions.com The result of this is that everything else is blacklisted. If you tick 'Silently Drop Blacklist Matches?' then you should be done?
Project Mappings aren't for blacklisting they are for 'routing', once any whitelisting/blacklist has been done.
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