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Messages can be stored on the system in something that is usually referred to as a "quarantine". Its most common use is for messages that are believed to be spam, which are both rejected (in order to notify the sender) and quarantined using a block in the DATA flow, or the [[HSL]] function <tt>Quarantine()</tt>. It can also be used for [[archiving]].
 
Messages can be stored on the system in something that is usually referred to as a "quarantine". Its most common use is for messages that are believed to be spam, which are both rejected (in order to notify the sender) and quarantined using a block in the DATA flow, or the [[HSL]] function <tt>Quarantine()</tt>. It can also be used for [[archiving]].
  
System administrators can view and manage quarantines (folders) from the Activity > Mail tracking page (also available in a cluster) and choosing "Quarantine" as the Source.
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System administrators can view and manage quarantines (folders) from the "Configuration -> Email engine -> Quarantine and archive" page.
 
Messages in quarantine can be viewed, deleted or released (delivered).
 
Messages in quarantine can be viewed, deleted or released (delivered).
  
 
End-users and domain administrators can access the system's (or cluster's) quarantine using the  [[end-user]] web interface.
 
End-users and domain administrators can access the system's (or cluster's) quarantine using the  [[end-user]] web interface.

Latest revision as of 14:45, 20 July 2017

Messages can be stored on the system in something that is usually referred to as a "quarantine". Its most common use is for messages that are believed to be spam, which are both rejected (in order to notify the sender) and quarantined using a block in the DATA flow, or the HSL function Quarantine(). It can also be used for archiving.

System administrators can view and manage quarantines (folders) from the "Configuration -> Email engine -> Quarantine and archive" page. Messages in quarantine can be viewed, deleted or released (delivered).

End-users and domain administrators can access the system's (or cluster's) quarantine using the end-user web interface.