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antispam quarantine-report

Use these commands to configure global settings for quarantine reports.

Quarantine reports notify email users of email added to their per-recipient quarantine, and allow them to release or delete email from the quarantine.

Alternatively, you can configure quarantine report settings specifically for each protected domain. For details, see config domain-setting.

Syntax

config antispam quarantine-report

set report-template-name {default | default-with-icons}

set schedule-days <days_str>

set schedule-hours <hour_int>

set web-release-hostname <fortimail_fqdn>

set web-release-https {enable | disable}

end

Variable

Description

Default

report-template-name {default | default-with-icons}

Enter a report template.

default

schedule-days <days_str>

Enter a space-delimited list of days of the week on which the FortiMail unit will generate spam reports.

(all days)

schedule-hours <hour_int>

Enter a comma-delimited list of numbers corresponding to the hours of the day on which the FortiMail unit will generate spam reports.

For example, to generate spam reports on 1:00 AM, 2:00 PM, and 11:00 PM, you would enter 1,14,23.

Valid numbers are from 0 to 23, based upon a 24-hour clock.

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web-release-hostname <fortimail_fqdn>

Enter an alternate resolvable fully qualified domain name (FQDN) to use in web release hyperlinks that appear in spam reports.

web-release-https {enable | disable}

Enable to redirect HTTP requests for FortiMail webmail and per-recipient quarantines to secure access using HTTPS.

Note: For this option to function properly, you must also enable both HTTP and HTTPS access protocols on the network interface to which the email user is connecting.

enable

Related topics

antispam bounce-verification

antispam deepheader-analysis

antispam greylist exempt

antispam settings

antispam trusted

antispam quarantine-report

Use these commands to configure global settings for quarantine reports.

Quarantine reports notify email users of email added to their per-recipient quarantine, and allow them to release or delete email from the quarantine.

Alternatively, you can configure quarantine report settings specifically for each protected domain. For details, see config domain-setting.

Syntax

config antispam quarantine-report

set report-template-name {default | default-with-icons}

set schedule-days <days_str>

set schedule-hours <hour_int>

set web-release-hostname <fortimail_fqdn>

set web-release-https {enable | disable}

end

Variable

Description

Default

report-template-name {default | default-with-icons}

Enter a report template.

default

schedule-days <days_str>

Enter a space-delimited list of days of the week on which the FortiMail unit will generate spam reports.

(all days)

schedule-hours <hour_int>

Enter a comma-delimited list of numbers corresponding to the hours of the day on which the FortiMail unit will generate spam reports.

For example, to generate spam reports on 1:00 AM, 2:00 PM, and 11:00 PM, you would enter 1,14,23.

Valid numbers are from 0 to 23, based upon a 24-hour clock.

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web-release-hostname <fortimail_fqdn>

Enter an alternate resolvable fully qualified domain name (FQDN) to use in web release hyperlinks that appear in spam reports.

web-release-https {enable | disable}

Enable to redirect HTTP requests for FortiMail webmail and per-recipient quarantines to secure access using HTTPS.

Note: For this option to function properly, you must also enable both HTTP and HTTPS access protocols on the network interface to which the email user is connecting.

enable

Related topics

antispam bounce-verification

antispam deepheader-analysis

antispam greylist exempt

antispam settings

antispam trusted