MX Lab Admin has received 3 new features this week. Here’s a brief description.
Improved securuty with content policy for attachments
As you may know, MX Lab is using a multi layer anti virus system with in front the zero hour anti virus. So our anti virus is quite good but there is always room for improvements.
The new Content Policy Attachments feature provides additional security by placing emails with potential dangerous attachments in quarantine based on their file type. Currently 34 default file types have been integrated for all domains where the action is to quarantine for most of the filters.
Furthermore you can specify additional attachments file extension to need to be blocked or placed in quarantine. As an example, an organisation can decide to block or quarantine various multimedia files like mov, mpeg, mp3, wma and others.
For some clients we had installed a custom filter in our processing but now it’s fully managable and clients can customize this quite easy.
Specify an maximum email size
Incoming emails can be sometimes quite large and if your mail server has a maximum size limit you can now configure MX Lab to quarantine larger emails. Configure the max size for each domain in the Destination mail server settings page.
From the quarantine you can download the attachments with help of the Download Manager.
Spam reports follow up
If you receive spam mails that MX Lab didn’t intercept in the first place you can send us a spam report by email or you can use the inbound message log.
From now on, MX Lab will provide feedback on the processed spam reports. The page Status Spam Report in the Log section will give you an overview regarding the spam reports.