Way to add time stamp somewhere in the quarantined email or message header, after it is approved/released from quarantine (by IT admins) for that recipient?1 vote
Emails released from the Quarantine are “new emails” meaning that their Sent and Headers are updated already.
We do not update the content of the email unless the Sanitize option is performed simply because we do not want to modify email content
We can provide the MailEssentials url to end users. If a domain user goes to the MailEssentials site, they will see the User Console section at the bottom, where they can look at their quarantined items and release them. My questions is:
"Is it any way that just only the spammed email of the user who is loged in appear for the approval and release option but not all emails for all users together? Because if one user make a mistake for another user it won't be good.
Thanks in advance.1 vote
GFI MailEssentials has 2 quarantines
This is available to all end users and users can see their email.
Administrators, on the other hand, can view all emails and approve/delete as necessary.
This is only available to Administrator users and users can here re-scan, approve, delete or sanitize and approve.
We receive a lot of spam with chinese characters. However, they are all UTF-8 encoded, therefore the header check of the character set doesn't work. Maybe you could add a detection method which tries to guess the language based on the UTF-8 characters? E.g if the mail contains at least 1 chinese character, classify it as Chinese.1 vote
In GFI MailEssentials we have a Language Detection filter which is already able to do this mentioned functionality. It works by actually detecting the language and has support for both Traditional and Chinese languages. The functionality you mention as part of the Header checking is quite obsolete now and we suggest to use the new filter.
This was released as part of the 2014 version
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