Viewing the rule table

3 July 2024

ID 202953

To view the rule table,

In the application web interface window, select the Rules section.

The table displays the following information about rules:

  • Priority.

    A number corresponding to priority determines the sequence in which rules are applied. Rules applied in the order of appearance in the table, top to bottom, that is, from highest priority to the lowest.

  • Rule name.

    Name of the rule defined by the user.

  • Status.

    Toggle switch for enabling or disabling the rule.

  • Mode.

    The rule can operate in one of the following modes:

    • Use the settings of scan modules
    • Reject without scanning
    • Delete without notifying the sender
    • Skip without scanning
  • Scan modules

    Icons of the scan modules enabled in the rule settings. When you hover the mouse cursor over the icon, the name of the scan module is displayed. Disabled scan module icons appear dimmed.

    A Content Filtering module is considered active if it is enabled in the rule settings and contains at least one active expression with at least one active condition.

  • Senders

    The total number of senders specified in the rule settings.

    If no senders are specified, the Any sender text is displayed.

  • Recipients

    The total number of recipients specified in the rule settings.

    If no recipients are specified, the Any recipient text is displayed.

  • Description.

    Any additional information about the rule specified by the user.

You can click the Detects notifications link to edit the general settings for email notifications regarding detections applicable to all rules. Then you need to enable notifications for each rule that you want to receive a message for whenever that rule is triggered.

You can click Warnings and disclaimers to configure the disclaimer templates added to scanned messages.

You can click Dictionaries to configure dictionaries for storing frequent sets of values used in Content Filtering conditions.

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