How to Create or Edit a Match List for Content Filtering with Mail Security for Domino

Article:TECH98248  |  Created: 2009-01-22  |  Updated: 2013-10-25  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH98248
Article Type
Technical Solution


Issue



How to Create or Edit a Match List for Content Filtering with Mail Security for Domino


Solution



To create a match list

  1. On the Lotus Notes client, open the Mail Security Settings database.
  2. In the Settings view, double-click a server group.
  3. In the Group document, on the Content Filtering tab, click the Match Lists tab.
  4. In the Content Filtering Match List Word document on the embedded view toolbar, click New Word in Match List.
  5. In the Content Filtering Match List Word document, in the List Name box, type the name for the new match list. Match list names are case-sensitive.
  6. In the Word field, type a custom word or phrase to add to the match list. You can compose words in English or in single-byte or multi-byte international characters. Words in the match list are not case-sensitive.
  7. Under Servers, select one of the following:
  • All servers in this group. Applies the word or phrase to all servers in the server group.(This option is enabled by default.)
  • The following servers. Applies the word or phrase to specific servers Select the servers from the drop-down list. Separate multiple entries with commas.
  1. On the action bar, click Save.
  2. On the action bar, click Close to close the Content Filtering Match List Word document.


To add a word or phrase to a match list

  1. On the Lotus Notes client, open the Mail Security Settings database.
  2. In the Settings view, double-click a server group.
  3. In the Group document, on the Content Filtering tab, click the Match Lists tab.
  4. On the action bar, click New Word in Match List.
  5. In the Content Filtering Match List Word document, in the List Name box, do one of the following:
  • If you are creating a new match list, type a name for the match list. Match list names are case-sensitive.
  • If you have already created a list and want to assign the new word or phrase to the existing match list, in the drop-down list, select the match list name.
  1. In the Word field, type a custom word or phrase to add to the match list. You can compose words in English or in single-byte or multi-byte international characters. Words in the match list are not case-sensitive.
  2. Under Servers, select one of the following:
  • All servers in this group. Applies the word or phrase to all servers in the server group.(This option is enabled by default.)
  • The following servers. Applies the word or phrase to specific servers Select the servers from the drop-down list. Separate multiple entries with commas.
  1. On the action bar, click Save.
  2. On the action bar, click Close to close the Content Filtering Match List Word document.


To edit a word or phrase in a match list

  1. On the Lotus Notes client, open the Mail Security Settings database.
  2. In the Settings view, double-click a server group.
  3. In the Group document, on the Content Filtering > Match Lists tab, under Word/Phrase, double-click the word or phrase that you want to edit.
  4. In the Content Filtering Match List Word document, make revisions as necessary.
  5. On the action bar, click Save.
  6. On the action bar, click Close to close the Content Filtering Match List Word document.



To delete a word or phrase in a match list

  1. On the Lotus Notes client, open the Mail Security Settings database.
  2. In the Settings view, double-click a server group.
  3. In the Group document, on the Content Filtering > Match Lists tab, under
  4. In the Content Filtering Match List Word document, on the action bar, click Delete.
  5. In the confirmation dialog box, click Yes.
  6. On the action bar, click Save. Mail Security automatically deletes a match list when all of the words or phrases within the match list are deleted.
  7. On the action bar, click Close to close the Content Filtering Match List Word document.


To delete a match list

  1. On the Lotus Notes client, open the Mail Security Settings database.
  2. In the Settings view, double-click a server group.
  3. In the Group document, on the Content Filtering > Match Lists tab, remove or reassign all words and phrases that are in the match list that you want to delete. Mail Security automatically deletes match list when all of the words or phrases within the match list are deleted.
  4. On the action bar, click Save.

 



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