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Configure Quarantine Settings

 

Applies to: Forefront Online Protection for Exchange

Topic Last Modified: 2012-04-20

You can update Spam Quarantine and Policy Quarantine settings in Forefront Online Protection for Exchange (FOPE) from a domain’s management information on the Domains tab. You can also record an email address to which false-positive submissions (legitimate email incorrectly identified as spam) should be sent. In the Quarantine dialog box, you can modify your quarantine settings for an individual domain.

To modify these settings, you must have the Spam Quarantine and Policy Quarantine features enabled for the domain.

NoteNote:
It takes approximately 30 to 35 minutes before changes to the Spam Quarantine and Policy Quarantine settings become available for your Hosted Filtering services.
How to edit quarantine settings for a domain
  1. On the Administration tab, click the Domains tab.

  2. In the Domains list, click the name of the domain that you want to modify. You can search for a specific domain name by using the search box.

  3. In the Quarantine pane, click Edit.

  4. In the Quarantine dialog box, select the quarantine settings you want to use. For a description of each policy setting, see the Quarantine Settings Options table below.

 

Quarantine Option Description

Spam Quarantine Section

Allow user access

This setting permits users to sign in to the Spam Quarantine user interface. If you do not select this option, Spam Quarantine notifications will still be delivered to the user.

Allow Outlook add-in download

This setting allows users to download and use the Microsoft Junk Email Reporting Tool for Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 and Office Outlook 2007.

The Junk Email Reporting Tool allows Office Outlook users to report junk email to Microsoft and its affiliates for analysis, to help improve the effectiveness of Microsoft junk email filtering technologies.

Policy Quarantine Section

Allow user access

With this setting, all users are allowed to sign in to the Policy Quarantine user interface and view their Policy Quarantine. This option allows them to access email that has been quarantined because of a domain policy rule. If this option is not selected, then only administrators have access to the Policy Quarantine.

Attachment download

This setting specifies whether attachments can be downloaded in messages that have been quarantined because of a policy rule, and whether all users, or only administrators, can take action on the message.

Message release

This setting specifies whether messages that are quarantined because of a policy rule can be released and delivered to the original recipient’s Inbox, and whether all users, or only administrators, can take action on the message.

False Positive Submission Copy Section

Copy address

With this setting, you can add an email address to which a copy of the Spam Quarantine false-positive submission is to be sent. The email address you specify can be from any domain within your company.

 
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