With SMTP quarantine, you can filter quarantined emails. You can delete or release emails from the quarantine area.
- Start and end dates: Specify the time during which emails were processed.
- Sender/Recipient/Subject: Specify the keywords.
- Blocked by RBL
- Analyzed by Zero-day protection
- Unscannable content or protected attachment
- DKIM verification
SMTP quarantine data
You can delete or release filtered emails.
You can't release virus-infected emails, and emails found malicious by Zero-day protection.
To delete emails quarantined due to Zero-day protection analysis, you need read-write permission for Zero-day protection activity.
Total utilization: Percentage of utilized quarantine area. When the quarantine repository is full, older emails are purged.