Cyberoam’s Anti Spam detects Spam mails by checking IP addresses, Domain, Email addresses or RBL (Real-time Blackhole List). Cyberoam allows administrators to Whitelist or Blacklist Email Addresses. Emails from Whitelisted Email Addresses are bypassed during Anti Spam scanning while Emails from Blacklisted Addresses are blocked.
This article describes how you can create White List and Black List and use them for allowing or blocking Emails.
Anti Spam module should be subscribed.
You must be logged on to the Web Admin Console as an administrator with Read-Write permission for relevant feature(s).
Step 1: Create Address Group
Create an Address Group called “Whitelist” consisting of Email Addresses whose Emails are to be bypassed while Anti Spam scanning. To create Group, go to Anti Spam > Configuration > Address Group and click Add to create a group using following parameters.
Specify a name to identify the Group
Specify the Group Type
Select the type of Address Group from the available options
Specify E-mail Address or Domain Name to be added to the Address Group.
Step 2: Create Spam Rule
Specify a name for Anti Spam Rule.
Any Email Address
Select Recipient E-mail Address from the list.
WhiteList (as created in step 1)
Select Sender E-mail Address.
Select IF condition.
Select ‘None’ when you want to create a rule between specific sender and recipient without any conditions. You can set actions for SMTP and POP3/IMAP mails only on the basis of sender and recipient.
Select Action to be taken for the SMTP traffic.
Select Action to be taken for POP3 / IMAP traffic.
Go to Firewall > Rule >Rule and select the Firewall Rule in which you want to enable SMTP scanning. Under Advanced Settings >Security Policies, enable SMTP in AV & AS Scanning.
Document Version: 2.1 – 16 July, 2014
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