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Configuring a Content Profile and Scan Options

For this recipe we’ll need to briefly go over the content profile creation process. If you would like a more detailed explanation, see the content profile section in the FortiMail Administrator Guide.

  1. Go to Profile > Content > Content and click New, or edit an existing profile.
  2. If creating a new profile, and there are multiple domains, select whether the profile is used system-wide or for a specific domain from the Domain drop-down menu.
  3. Enter a Profile name.
  4. Set Action to Reject. This profile will make FortiMail reply to the SMTP client with SMTP reply code 550. All emails containing adult images will be rejected.
  5. Under Scan Options, enable Adult image analysis. Leave the Action set to Default. You will determine the default actions of adult image analysis in the next step.

Configuring a Content Profile and Scan Options

For this recipe we’ll need to briefly go over the content profile creation process. If you would like a more detailed explanation, see the content profile section in the FortiMail Administrator Guide.

  1. Go to Profile > Content > Content and click New, or edit an existing profile.
  2. If creating a new profile, and there are multiple domains, select whether the profile is used system-wide or for a specific domain from the Domain drop-down menu.
  3. Enter a Profile name.
  4. Set Action to Reject. This profile will make FortiMail reply to the SMTP client with SMTP reply code 550. All emails containing adult images will be rejected.
  5. Under Scan Options, enable Adult image analysis. Leave the Action set to Default. You will determine the default actions of adult image analysis in the next step.