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Administration Guide

Configuring profiles

Before you can scan the email on Microsoft 365, you must configure the antivirus, antispam, content, DLP, and action profiles to use.

The antivirus, antispam, content, and DLP profile configurations are almost identical to the regular profile configurations, except for some settings that do not apply to this situation. For details about these profiles, see the following sections:

Configuring action profiles

When you scan email on Microsoft 365, you can apply action profiles towards the infected email. Note that since you are applying actions on Microsoft 365, the action definitions are different from the actions performed on FortiMail itself.

To configure an action profile
  1. Go to View > Microsoft 365 View.
  2. Go to Profile > Action > Action.
  3. Click New and configure the following:

GUI item

Description

Profile name

Enter a name for the action profile.

Replace attachment with message

Select to replace the email attachment with a custom message. For more information about custom replacement message, see Customizing replacement messages.

Notify with profile

Select to send out notifications to the recipients specified in the notification profile. For more information about notification profiles, see Configuring notification profiles.

Action

Specify one of the following final actions:

  • None: No action will be taken.
  • Discard: Move the email message from the user’s inbox to the Junk folder on Microsoft 365.
  • Personal quarantine: Create a Bulk folder for the user on Microsoft 365 and move the email message from the user’s inbox to the Bulk folder.
  • System quarantine: Send a copy to FortiMail system quarantine folder, and move the email message from the user’s inbox to the Deleted Items folder on Microsoft 365. If desired, the user can view the deleted email by clicking Recover Deleted Items on Microsoft 365.
  • Move to folder: Move the email message from the user’s inbox to a specified folder on Microsoft 365.

Configuring profiles

Before you can scan the email on Microsoft 365, you must configure the antivirus, antispam, content, DLP, and action profiles to use.

The antivirus, antispam, content, and DLP profile configurations are almost identical to the regular profile configurations, except for some settings that do not apply to this situation. For details about these profiles, see the following sections:

Configuring action profiles

When you scan email on Microsoft 365, you can apply action profiles towards the infected email. Note that since you are applying actions on Microsoft 365, the action definitions are different from the actions performed on FortiMail itself.

To configure an action profile
  1. Go to View > Microsoft 365 View.
  2. Go to Profile > Action > Action.
  3. Click New and configure the following:

GUI item

Description

Profile name

Enter a name for the action profile.

Replace attachment with message

Select to replace the email attachment with a custom message. For more information about custom replacement message, see Customizing replacement messages.

Notify with profile

Select to send out notifications to the recipients specified in the notification profile. For more information about notification profiles, see Configuring notification profiles.

Action

Specify one of the following final actions:

  • None: No action will be taken.
  • Discard: Move the email message from the user’s inbox to the Junk folder on Microsoft 365.
  • Personal quarantine: Create a Bulk folder for the user on Microsoft 365 and move the email message from the user’s inbox to the Bulk folder.
  • System quarantine: Send a copy to FortiMail system quarantine folder, and move the email message from the user’s inbox to the Deleted Items folder on Microsoft 365. If desired, the user can view the deleted email by clicking Recover Deleted Items on Microsoft 365.
  • Move to folder: Move the email message from the user’s inbox to a specified folder on Microsoft 365.