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Policy ID and domain fields

Starting from v5.0 release, two new fields — policy ID and domain — have been added to history logs.

The policy ID is in the format of x:y:z, where:

  • x is the ID of the global access control policy.
  • y is the ID of the IP-based policy.
  • z is the ID of the recipient-based policy.

If the value of x, y, and z is 0, it means that no policy is matched.

If the matched recipient-based policy is incoming, the protected domain will be logged in the domain field.

If the matched recipient-based policy is outgoing, the domain field will be empty.

Policy ID and domain fields

Starting from v5.0 release, two new fields — policy ID and domain — have been added to history logs.

The policy ID is in the format of x:y:z, where:

  • x is the ID of the global access control policy.
  • y is the ID of the IP-based policy.
  • z is the ID of the recipient-based policy.

If the value of x, y, and z is 0, it means that no policy is matched.

If the matched recipient-based policy is incoming, the protected domain will be logged in the domain field.

If the matched recipient-based policy is outgoing, the domain field will be empty.