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Administration Guide

Mail Server

The Mail Server page allows you to adjust the mail server settings. Go to System > Mail Server to view the Mail Server Settings page. In this page you can configure notifications for malware detected, as well as the weekly report global email list.

The following options can be configured:

SMTP Server Address

Enter the SMTP server address.

Port

Enter the SMTP server port number.

If port 587 is used, the SMTP process will use STARTTLS to encrypt the credentials and the email.

E-Mail Account

Enter the mail server email account. This will be used as the from address.

Login Account

Enter the mail server login account.

Password

Enter the password.

Confirm Password

Confirm the password.

Send a notification email to the global email list when Files/URLs with selected rating are detected

Select to enable this feature. When enabled, a notification email is sent to the global email list, individual device, and VDOM/Domain email address when malware is detected.

 

What rating of job to send alert email

Select the rating of jobs that are included in the email alerts. Options include: Malicious, High Risk, Medium Risk, and Low Risk.

 

Global notification mail receivers list (separated by comma)

Enter the email addresses that comprise the global email list.

 

Notification mail subject template

Enter the subject line for the notification emails.

Send a notification email to the Device/Domain/VDOM email list when Files/URLs with selected ratings are detected

When a malware from an input device is detected, send a notification email to its admin email address.

 

What rating of job to send alert email

Select the rating of jobs that will trigger email notification. Options include: Malicious, High Risk, Medium Risk, and Low Risk.

 

Notification mail subject template

Enter the subject line for the notification emails.

Send a notification email to the below email list when malicious/suspicious verdict is returned to client device.

When enabled, a notification email is sent to an email list when a malicious/suspicious rating is retrieved by a client device.

Use FQDN as unit address for job detail link (default is IP address of Port1)

Use FQDN instead of port1 IP for a job detail link inside alert emails and reports.

 

FQDN Name

Enter FQDN name.

Send scheduled PDF report to global email receiver

Select to send a report email to the global email list.

 

Global email list to receive summary/detail report (separated by comma)

Enter the email addresses that comprise the global email list.

 

Send scheduled PDF report to Device/Domain/VDOM email address

Select to send PDF report to device/Protected Domain/VDOM email address also. The report will only contain jobs sent from the device/FortiMail Protected Domain/VDOM.

 

Report Schedule Type:

Select the report schedule type. Options include: Hourly, Daily, and Weekly.

For different schedule types, different frequency options are displayed. If the schedule type is Daily, the user can set the hour for which the report is generated.

 

Week Day:

Select the day the report is to be sent.

 

At hour:

Select the hour interval the report is to be sent.

 

Include job data before Days (0-28) days:

Select the job data before 0-28 days.

 

Hours (0-23):

Select the job data before 0-23 hours.

For example, if the user wants to include job data from the last two days and three hours before report generation, the user should select two in the Day Field and three in the Hour field.

 

What rating of job to be included in the detail report

Select the rating of jobs that are included in the reports. Options include: Malicious, High Risk, Medium Risk, Low Risk, and Clean.

Because there is a large amount of jobs with a Clean rating, it is recommended to exclude the Clean rating from the detail report.

OK

Select OK to apply any changes made to the mail server configuration.

Send Test Email

Select Send Test to send a test email to the global email list.

If an error occurs, the error message will appear at the top of the page and recorded in the System Logs.

Restore Default

Select Restore Default to restore the default mail server settings.

Mail Server

The Mail Server page allows you to adjust the mail server settings. Go to System > Mail Server to view the Mail Server Settings page. In this page you can configure notifications for malware detected, as well as the weekly report global email list.

The following options can be configured:

SMTP Server Address

Enter the SMTP server address.

Port

Enter the SMTP server port number.

If port 587 is used, the SMTP process will use STARTTLS to encrypt the credentials and the email.

E-Mail Account

Enter the mail server email account. This will be used as the from address.

Login Account

Enter the mail server login account.

Password

Enter the password.

Confirm Password

Confirm the password.

Send a notification email to the global email list when Files/URLs with selected rating are detected

Select to enable this feature. When enabled, a notification email is sent to the global email list, individual device, and VDOM/Domain email address when malware is detected.

 

What rating of job to send alert email

Select the rating of jobs that are included in the email alerts. Options include: Malicious, High Risk, Medium Risk, and Low Risk.

 

Global notification mail receivers list (separated by comma)

Enter the email addresses that comprise the global email list.

 

Notification mail subject template

Enter the subject line for the notification emails.

Send a notification email to the Device/Domain/VDOM email list when Files/URLs with selected ratings are detected

When a malware from an input device is detected, send a notification email to its admin email address.

 

What rating of job to send alert email

Select the rating of jobs that will trigger email notification. Options include: Malicious, High Risk, Medium Risk, and Low Risk.

 

Notification mail subject template

Enter the subject line for the notification emails.

Send a notification email to the below email list when malicious/suspicious verdict is returned to client device.

When enabled, a notification email is sent to an email list when a malicious/suspicious rating is retrieved by a client device.

Use FQDN as unit address for job detail link (default is IP address of Port1)

Use FQDN instead of port1 IP for a job detail link inside alert emails and reports.

 

FQDN Name

Enter FQDN name.

Send scheduled PDF report to global email receiver

Select to send a report email to the global email list.

 

Global email list to receive summary/detail report (separated by comma)

Enter the email addresses that comprise the global email list.

 

Send scheduled PDF report to Device/Domain/VDOM email address

Select to send PDF report to device/Protected Domain/VDOM email address also. The report will only contain jobs sent from the device/FortiMail Protected Domain/VDOM.

 

Report Schedule Type:

Select the report schedule type. Options include: Hourly, Daily, and Weekly.

For different schedule types, different frequency options are displayed. If the schedule type is Daily, the user can set the hour for which the report is generated.

 

Week Day:

Select the day the report is to be sent.

 

At hour:

Select the hour interval the report is to be sent.

 

Include job data before Days (0-28) days:

Select the job data before 0-28 days.

 

Hours (0-23):

Select the job data before 0-23 hours.

For example, if the user wants to include job data from the last two days and three hours before report generation, the user should select two in the Day Field and three in the Hour field.

 

What rating of job to be included in the detail report

Select the rating of jobs that are included in the reports. Options include: Malicious, High Risk, Medium Risk, Low Risk, and Clean.

Because there is a large amount of jobs with a Clean rating, it is recommended to exclude the Clean rating from the detail report.

OK

Select OK to apply any changes made to the mail server configuration.

Send Test Email

Select Send Test to send a test email to the global email list.

If an error occurs, the error message will appear at the top of the page and recorded in the System Logs.

Restore Default

Select Restore Default to restore the default mail server settings.