Quarantine manager settings

Host address - Will appear automatically if your Exchange Server with Client Access Server (CAS) role is present locally. Alternatively, if the CAS role is not present on the same server with ESET Mail Security installed but it can be found within Active Directory (AD), the host address will appear automatically. If it does not appear, you can type the host name manually. Automatic detection will not work on an Edge Transport Server role.

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If your Mail Quarantine manager is grayed out, it is because of the following reasons. You are running Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 / 2003 R2 or SBS 2003 / SBS 2003 R2 on which this feature is not supported, or Exchange Web Services (EWS) is not available. This does not apply to Local quarantine, Local quarantine will work on all Exchange Servers and regardless of Exchange Web Services (EWS) availability.

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IP address is not supported, you need to use the host name of the CAS server.

Username - Dedicated quarantine user account you have created for storing quarantined messages (or an account that has access to this mailbox via access delegation). On Edge Transport Server role that is not part of the domain, it is necessary to use the whole email address (for example main_quarantine@company.com).

Password - Type password of your quarantine account.

Use SSL - Needs to be enabled if Exchange Web Services (EWS) is set to Require SSL in IIS. If SSL is enabled, Exchange Server certificate must be imported on the system with ESET Mail Security (in case Exchange Server roles are on different servers). Settings for the EWS can be found in IIS in Sites/Default web site/EWS/SSL Settings.

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Only disable Use SSL when Exchange Web Services (EWS) is configured in IIS to not require SSL.

Ignore server certificate errors - Ignores following states: self-signed, wrong name in certificate, wrong usage, expired.