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Domain Policies

When a new domain is added, a policy is created for that domain in Policies > Domain Policies.

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Domain policy settings are inherited by all users in that domain. However, if a separate user-based policy is created at the domain level in Policies > User Policies that policy overrides the domain policy for that user.

The Domain Policies table shows an summary for each domain of the following domain settings: spam filtering (Spam), virus filtering (Virus), attachment type filtering (Banned), archive mail (Archive).

Setting

Description

Spam

Indicates the status of the spam filtering setting for this domain. This setting can be ON or OFF. If it is on, the status shows the spam score and the action selected when an email is identified as spam.

For example, this status indicates that the spam filtering setting is on, that the spam score is 5 and any email identified as spam is quarantined:

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Virus

Indicates the status of the virus filtering setting for this domain. This setting can be ON or OFF. If it is on, the status shows the action selected when an email is identified as containing a virus.

For example, this status indicates that the virus filtering setting is on and any email identified as containing a virus is rejected:

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Banned

Indicates the status of the attachment type filtering setting for this domain. This setting can be ON or OFF. If it is on, the status shows the action selected when an email containing a banned attachment is identified.

For example, this status indicates that the attachment type filtering setting is on and any email identified as containing a banned attachment is passed:

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Archive

Indicates if the archive mail setting is on (active) or off (inactve) for this domain.

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