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Configuring a custom message

Before you configure your custom message, you may create new variables to insert into your custom message. Typically, these variables represent messages that you will frequently use.

There is a substantial list of variables available to use. See the Creating variables section in the FortiMail Administration Guide.

For this example, no new variable is created. Instead, the predefined File Type variable is added into the content of the Virus message replacement message.

  1. Go to System > Customization > Custom Message, select a replacement message (in this example, Virus message under Replacement), and click Edit.
  2. In this example, Virus message already has the file name (%%FILE%%) and virus name (%%VIRUS%%) variables in place.

  3. Add the File Type variable (%%FILE_TYPE%%), so file types will be identified in any emails that are infected by a file.
  4. Enter the variable manually, or insert it by selecting it from the Insert Variables option.

  5. Click OK.

Configuring a custom message

Before you configure your custom message, you may create new variables to insert into your custom message. Typically, these variables represent messages that you will frequently use.

There is a substantial list of variables available to use. See the Creating variables section in the FortiMail Administration Guide.

For this example, no new variable is created. Instead, the predefined File Type variable is added into the content of the Virus message replacement message.

  1. Go to System > Customization > Custom Message, select a replacement message (in this example, Virus message under Replacement), and click Edit.
  2. In this example, Virus message already has the file name (%%FILE%%) and virus name (%%VIRUS%%) variables in place.

  3. Add the File Type variable (%%FILE_TYPE%%), so file types will be identified in any emails that are infected by a file.
  4. Enter the variable manually, or insert it by selecting it from the Insert Variables option.

  5. Click OK.