The Mail Quarantine Web interface allows you to view the state of the mail quarantine. It also lets you to manage quarantined email objects. This web interface is accessible via links from quarantine reports or directly by entering a URL into a your web browser. To access the Mail Quarantine web interface, you must authenticate using domain credentials. Internet Explorer will automatically authenticate a domain user. However, the web page certificate must be valid, Automatic logon must be enabled in IE, and you must add the Mail Quarantine website to Local intranet sites.
Any user that exists in the Active Directory can access the Mail Quarantine Web interface, but will only see quarantined items that were sent to his email address (this includes the user's aliases as well). The Administrator is able to see all quarantined items for all recipients.
The Enable web interface switch allows you to disable or enable the web interface.
Web url - This is the URL on which the Web interface of Mail Quarantine will be available. By default, it is FQDN of the server with /quarantine (e.g. mailserver.company.com/quarantine). You can specify your own virtual directory instead of the default /quarantine. You can change the Web url anytime by editing the value. The Web url value needs to be specified without a scheme (HTTP, HTTPS) and without a port number, use only fqdn/virtualdirectory form. Also, you can use wildcards instead of FQDN.
HTTPS port - used for the Web interface. Default port number is 443.
HTTP port - used for releasing emails from quarantine via email reports.
Enable default administrators - By default, members of Administrators group are granted admin access to the Mail Quarantine Web interface. Admin access has no restrictions and let the Admin to see all quarantined items for all recipients. If you disable this option, only Administrator user accounts have access to the Mail Quarantine Web interface.
Additional access rights - Grant users additional access to the Mail Quarantine Web interface and choose Access type. Click Edit to open the Additional access rights window, click Add to grant access to a user. In the New access right pop-up window, click Select and choose a user from the Active Directory (you can choose only one user), and select the Access type from the drop-down list:
•Administrator - user has admin access to the Mail Quarantine Web interface.
•Delegated access - use this access type if you want to let a user (delegate) to see and manage quarantined messages of another recipient. Specify the Recipient address by typing an email address for a user, whose quarantined messages will be managed by the delegate. If a user has aliases in the Active Directory, you can add additional access rights to each alias, if desired.
An example of users that were granted additional access rights to the Mail Quarantine Web interface:
To access the Web interface of Mail Quarantine, open your web browser and use the URL specified in Advanced setup > Server > Mail quarantine > Web interface > Web url.
Release - releases email(s) to its original recipient(s) using the Replay directory and deletes it from quarantine. Click Submit to confirm the action.
Delete - deletes item from quarantine. Click Submit to confirm the action.
When you click Subject, a pop-up window will open with details about the quarantined email, such as Type, Reason, Sender, Date, Attachments, etc.
Click Show headers to review the header of the quarantined email.
If desired, click Release or Delete to take action with a quarantined email message.