Scan all outbound Email traffic to prevent the mail server of the network from getting blacklisted.
Outbound Spam Module should be subscribed.
Step 1: Create Spam Rule
Specifythe name for Anti Spam Rule.
Any Email Address
Select Recipient Email Address.
SelectSender Email Address.
Outbound Anti Spam Module has Identified Mail As ‘Spam’
Specified action will be taken if the Anti Spam module has identified the Outbound Email to be Spam.
Select Action to be taken for the SMTP traffic.
Click OK to create the Spam Rule.
Step 2: Enable Anti Spam Scanning in Firewall Rule
Go to Firewall > Rule > IPv4 Rule and click Add to create a new Firewall Rule with following parameters.
Select source zone to which the rule applies.
Select destination zone to which the rule applies.
Select source host or network address to which the rule applies.
Note:You can add MailServer IP host directly from this page itself or from Objects > Hosts > IP Host page.
Any IP Address
Select destination host or network address to which the rule applies.
Select rule action.
AV & AS Scanning
Selectthe protocol for which the virus and Spam scanning is to be enabled.
Log Firewall Traffic
Enable to view the reports of the mails being sent from the mail server to other mail server in WAN.
Click OK to create the IPv4 Firewall Rule.
The above configuration will scan the outgoing traffic of mails for Spam.
Document Version: 1.0 – 27 May, 2015
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