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Enable/Add TLS for the Premium AntiSpam addon for Mail Security for Domino. TLS is becoming more and more common and some customers may have a policy that TLS is required, others may have requirements that TLS be used to send and Customers with ...
Idea by BenDC | 30 Jan 2012 | 0 comments
  Presently Mail Security for Domino 7.5, 8.0 have the Multimedia Executable Analysis feature which can block audio, video, and executable file types regardless of their extension. A feature to allow specific extensions through this feature could ...
Idea by BenDC | 05 Nov 2010 | 0 comments
Mail Secuirty for Domino. The log files show errors and reasons a file may have been quarantined, deleted, etc. Scan errors such as content too deep, encrypted container, unable to open container etc. If the Quarantine or Log entrys had an ...
Idea by BenDC | 22 Jul 2010 | 0 comments
Currently in SMSDom when adding words to an exisiting matchlist one must Click the New Word in Match List Button. Select the Name of the matchlist the word is being added too. Enter the word. Save. To enter multiple words you must do ...
Idea by BenDC | 22 Dec 2009 | 2 comments
Currently in Mail Security for Domino if Premium antispam is enabled it essentialy disables the RBLs in Domino becaues Premium Antispam takes control over the inbound SMTP connections and relays back to Domino on a alternative port. Premium Antispam ...
Idea by BenDC | 06 Oct 2009 | 0 comments
Presently in Symantec Mail Secuirty for Domino there is a whitelist that is only used for the antispam features. Many expect adding a domain to the whitelist will prevent it from having content filtering rules applied, this is not the case. The content ...
Idea by BenDC | 29 Sep 2009 | 0 comments
As the Java Cryptography Extension (JCE) is a requirement for the use of Java LiveUpdate on SMSdom 8.0 system requirements the installation of a) SMSDom or b) Java LiveUpdate should check for the JCE and a) install the JCE b) stop installation with ...
Idea by BenDC | 25 Sep 2009 | 3 comments