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Boundary Defense – Controlling Email Content

Posted: Tuesday, February 4th, 2014 by admin

This document will show you how to control the content of emails in Boundary Defense.

Log into Boundary Defense at https://Clients.boundarydefense.com/

You will be prompted for the username and password.  After typing that information in, you will be logged into Boundary Defense.

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From the Services tab, select Content Control.  Select your domain in the drop down menu.  Select the radio button for Apply custom settings, and select the Lists tab.  Select Create new list.

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Type in the name for the list.  In the Select list type drop-down menu, select Filename.  In this example, we are going to block email attachments of executable files, files with the name of secret.doc, and any file name beginning with “topsecr”.  Select Save to save the list.

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We will create a second list to reject audio files.  In this example we selected the list type of MIME, and then listed the MIME types relating to audio files.

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Next we will create a third list to reject email based upon words in the email.  In this example we selected the list type of Email content, and then listed several word phrases to check.

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After saving these three lists, we return to display the saved lists.

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