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CLI Reference

profile resource

Use this command configure a resource profile.

This command only applies in the server mode.

Syntax

config profile resource

edit <profile_name>

set auto-check-message

set auto-delete-old-mail <days>

set unread-days

set auto-delete-trash-folder <days>

set auto-forward <enable | disable>

set auto-reply <enable | disable>

set message-filter <enable |disable>

set mobile-access {enable | disable}

set outbound-safelist

set quarantine-bcc-addr

set quarantine-bcc-status

set quarantine-days

set quarantine-report

set quota <number_mb>

set release-auto-safelist

set release-through-email

set release-through-web

set status {enable | disable}

set webmail-access {enable | disable}

set webmail-addressbook-access {domain | none | system}

set webmail-user-preference

end

Variable

Description

Default

auto-check-message

Enable or disable auto checking new messages in webmail.

disable

<profile_name>

Enter the name of the notification profile.

 

auto-delete-old-mail <days>

Enter the number of days after which the FortiMail unit will automatically delete email that is locally hosted. 0 means not to delete email.

0

auto-delete-sent-folder <days>

Enter the number of days after which the FortiMail unit will automatically delete email in the sent folder. 0 means not to delete email.

0

auto-delete-trash-folder <days>

Enter the number of days after which the FortiMail unit will automatically empty the trash folder. 0 means not to delete email.

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auto-forward <enable | disable>

Enable to allow auto forward in webmail.

 

auto-reply <enable | disable>

Enable to allow auto reply in webmail.

 

message-filter <enable |disable>

Enable to allow message filtering in webmail.

 

mobile-access {enable | disable}

Enble to allow mobile users to access their email via webmail.

enable

outbound-safelist

Enable or disable automatically updating personal safelists from sent emails.

disable

quarantine-bcc-addr

Enter the comma separated email address of BCC.

 

quarantine-bcc-status

Enable or disable bcc messages to specified emails when quarantined emails released.

disable

quarantine-days

Enter the number of days a quarantined message is kept. Enter 0 for indefinitely.

 

quarantine-report

Generates a summary report of the quarantined emails.

 

quota <number_mb>

Enter the user’s disk space quota in Megabytes.

200

release-auto-safelist

Automatically add sender of a released message to personal safelist.

 

release-through-email

Enable or disable auto release quarantined emails through email

disable

release-through-web

Enable or disable auto release quarintined emails through the web.

disable

status {enable | disable}

Enable or disable the user account.

enable

webmail-access {enable | disable}

Enable or disable user’s webmail access.

enable

webmail-addressbook-access {domain | none | system}

Enable or disable user access to system and/or domain address book.

domain

webmail-user-preference {enable | disable}

Use this command to turn on/off the user preference option on the webmail.

enable

webmail-user-preference

Change webmail user access user preferences.

 

profile resource

Use this command configure a resource profile.

This command only applies in the server mode.

Syntax

config profile resource

edit <profile_name>

set auto-check-message

set auto-delete-old-mail <days>

set unread-days

set auto-delete-trash-folder <days>

set auto-forward <enable | disable>

set auto-reply <enable | disable>

set message-filter <enable |disable>

set mobile-access {enable | disable}

set outbound-safelist

set quarantine-bcc-addr

set quarantine-bcc-status

set quarantine-days

set quarantine-report

set quota <number_mb>

set release-auto-safelist

set release-through-email

set release-through-web

set status {enable | disable}

set webmail-access {enable | disable}

set webmail-addressbook-access {domain | none | system}

set webmail-user-preference

end

Variable

Description

Default

auto-check-message

Enable or disable auto checking new messages in webmail.

disable

<profile_name>

Enter the name of the notification profile.

 

auto-delete-old-mail <days>

Enter the number of days after which the FortiMail unit will automatically delete email that is locally hosted. 0 means not to delete email.

0

auto-delete-sent-folder <days>

Enter the number of days after which the FortiMail unit will automatically delete email in the sent folder. 0 means not to delete email.

0

auto-delete-trash-folder <days>

Enter the number of days after which the FortiMail unit will automatically empty the trash folder. 0 means not to delete email.

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auto-forward <enable | disable>

Enable to allow auto forward in webmail.

 

auto-reply <enable | disable>

Enable to allow auto reply in webmail.

 

message-filter <enable |disable>

Enable to allow message filtering in webmail.

 

mobile-access {enable | disable}

Enble to allow mobile users to access their email via webmail.

enable

outbound-safelist

Enable or disable automatically updating personal safelists from sent emails.

disable

quarantine-bcc-addr

Enter the comma separated email address of BCC.

 

quarantine-bcc-status

Enable or disable bcc messages to specified emails when quarantined emails released.

disable

quarantine-days

Enter the number of days a quarantined message is kept. Enter 0 for indefinitely.

 

quarantine-report

Generates a summary report of the quarantined emails.

 

quota <number_mb>

Enter the user’s disk space quota in Megabytes.

200

release-auto-safelist

Automatically add sender of a released message to personal safelist.

 

release-through-email

Enable or disable auto release quarantined emails through email

disable

release-through-web

Enable or disable auto release quarintined emails through the web.

disable

status {enable | disable}

Enable or disable the user account.

enable

webmail-access {enable | disable}

Enable or disable user’s webmail access.

enable

webmail-addressbook-access {domain | none | system}

Enable or disable user access to system and/or domain address book.

domain

webmail-user-preference {enable | disable}

Use this command to turn on/off the user preference option on the webmail.

enable

webmail-user-preference

Change webmail user access user preferences.