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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 auto-delete-sent-folder <days>

set auto-delete-trash-folder <days>

set auto-forward {enable | disable}

set auto-reply {enable | disable}

set email-continuity-status {enable | disable}

set idle-timeout {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 {enable | disable}

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 profile resource

end

Variable

Description

Default

auto-check-message

Enable or disable auto checking new messages in webmail.

enable

<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.

14

auto-forward {enable | disable}

Enable to allow auto forward in webmail.

enable

auto-reply {enable | disable}

Enable to allow auto reply in webmail.

enable

email-continuity-status {enable | disable}

Enable or disable email continuity (license based).

When the SMTP server is detected as inaccessible, recipient verification is skipped and emails are put into the email continuity queue. When the SMTP server is accessible again, the email is delivered. Note there is no DSN if the email is from an unknown user.

enable

idle-timeout {enable | disable}

Enable to enforce an idle timeout in webmail

enable

message-filter {enable | disable}

Enable to allow message filtering in webmail.

enable

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.

14

quarantine-report {enable | disable}

Enable or disable the generation of summary reports of the quarantined emails.

enable

quota <number_mb>

Enter the user’s disk space quota in Megabytes.

1000

release-auto-safelist

Automatically add sender of a released message to personal safelist.

enable

release-through-email

Enable or disable auto release quarantined emails through email

disable

release-through-web

Enable or disable auto release quarantined emails through the web.

enable

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.

 

webmail-user-preference {enable | disable}

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

enable

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 auto-delete-sent-folder <days>

set auto-delete-trash-folder <days>

set auto-forward {enable | disable}

set auto-reply {enable | disable}

set email-continuity-status {enable | disable}

set idle-timeout {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 {enable | disable}

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 profile resource

end

Variable

Description

Default

auto-check-message

Enable or disable auto checking new messages in webmail.

enable

<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.

14

auto-forward {enable | disable}

Enable to allow auto forward in webmail.

enable

auto-reply {enable | disable}

Enable to allow auto reply in webmail.

enable

email-continuity-status {enable | disable}

Enable or disable email continuity (license based).

When the SMTP server is detected as inaccessible, recipient verification is skipped and emails are put into the email continuity queue. When the SMTP server is accessible again, the email is delivered. Note there is no DSN if the email is from an unknown user.

enable

idle-timeout {enable | disable}

Enable to enforce an idle timeout in webmail

enable

message-filter {enable | disable}

Enable to allow message filtering in webmail.

enable

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.

14

quarantine-report {enable | disable}

Enable or disable the generation of summary reports of the quarantined emails.

enable

quota <number_mb>

Enter the user’s disk space quota in Megabytes.

1000

release-auto-safelist

Automatically add sender of a released message to personal safelist.

enable

release-through-email

Enable or disable auto release quarantined emails through email

disable

release-through-web

Enable or disable auto release quarantined emails through the web.

enable

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.

 

webmail-user-preference {enable | disable}

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

enable