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Adjust FOPE Quarantine Mailbox Notifications

 

Applies to: Forefront Online Protection for Exchange

Topic Last Modified: 2012-06-13

This topic explains how you can work with notification messages about new spam that you receive with your Forefront Online Protection for Exchange quarantine service. This differs from managing the messages that appear in your quarantine mailbox. The options that are available to you to change your spam notification messages differ depending on the type of notification you receive. If you do not receive notifications about new spam, your quarantine service is still working, but configured so that these reminders are not sent.

If your administrator has enabled this feature, you will receive periodic HTML-based notification messages from the quarantine service when you have received new spam. These messages provide links to the quarantine mailbox, where you can make changes in the way your stored messages are processed. The Manage Quarantined Messages in FOPE topic contains more information about how to work with individual messages identified as spam.

The image here shows an example of an HTML-based spam notice.

Example of FOPE quarantine notification in HTML To turn off junk mail notifications
  1. Click Options and clear the Send notifications? check box if you do not want to receive periodic notifications from the quarantine service.

If your administrator has enabled this feature, you will receive periodic text-based notification messages from the quarantine service when you have received new spam. An example of one such message is shown in the following image. These messages provide URLs that you can copy and then use in a web browser to access your quarantine mailbox. The Manage Quarantined Messages in FOPE topic contains more information about how to work with individual messages identified as spam.

Text-based notice about quarantined messages
 
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