*.ace compressed files ignored, although they contained a *.exe virus.
I assume there are other compressed files as well.
I think it shouldn't be bad to be able to block compressed files if GFI is not able to read these files.1 vote
ace compression is currently not supported.
GFI MailEssentials supports a wide variety of compressed formats including zip, 7z, gzip, rar
AV engines on the other hand can support additional formats.
I suggest to enable a blocking file rule for ace.
We need to have ONLY 1 report to be sent daily to email account's user contains digest from all GFI sections ( Spam / content / security ) showing why emails were been deleted or quarantined instead of single mail notification per processed email message , this will be very much more effective .1 vote
There are various reports that can be received on blocked emails and individual emails can be disabled.
You can also for spam emails enable a daily report see Quarantine Reports http://manuals.gfi.com/en/mailessentials/content/administrator/quarantine/quarantine_options.htm
If you need such a report I would suggest to enable Quarantine RSS as it offers the ability to view it from any device and offer the ability to approve emails or completely delete them.
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