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Spam Quarantine Service

Service Outline

Spam quarantine service has been started at March 24, 2012.

  • By registering the spam quarantine service, spam email will be quarantined on server.
  • In this service, you can manage spam email on the quarantine server.
  • Spam email on the server will be deleted after 30 days.

Procedure of registering quarantine service

Login to the following page, and set spam policies.

https://itcsecure.sfc.keio.ac.jp/accounts/mail/

Three spam policies are available.

  • Quarantine: Spam email will be quarantined.
  • Tag: Spam email will be tagged in Subject and mail header. (default)
  • No filtering: Spam mail will be delivered without tagging.

Target of quarantine

  • Target: emails sent to your SFC-CNS email address
  • Not target: emails forwarded to other systems

Procedure of confirming quarantined emails

  • A spam list will be sent at 6:00 am on weekdays. You can login to the quarantine server and release spam emails from links in the list.
    Subject: [SFC-CNS] Spam message Quarantine Notification
  • Release and delete functions are available for each spam.
  • If quarantined emails are not spam, you can add each address to a safe list.

Operation

Spam notification email

  • Red link:Login to the quarantine server
  • Green link:Send each spam email to your mailbox
  • Blue link:Confirm each spam email body

Quarantine screen

  • Red link:Modify "Safe/Block list" and Select language
  • Green link:Release or Delete each spam email
  • Blue link:Confirm each spam email body

Modify safe/block list and select language

  • Blue link: Modify "Safelist" and "Blocklist"
  • Green link: Select Language
  • Orange link: Logout

Release (deliver) quarantined email

  1. Select one or more emails for selecting actions.
  2. Select "Release" or "Release and Add to Safelist".
    If you add an email address to "Safelist", emails from its sender will not be quarantined.
  3. Click "Submit".
  4. Click "Release" on a confirmation dialogue.

Last-Modified: April 6, 2012

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