Hello, This is the response I've just from received from F-Secure partner support: Q - How much quarantine storage space requirement should customer assume? A - Regarding this question, it depends on the volume of mail traffic, mailboxes, attachments etc the customer has. We can't really say for sure as we don't have this information. The documentation says: "As minimum requirement, Quarantine database should have the capacity to store information about all incoming and outgoing mail to and from your organization that would normally be sent during 2-3 days. Q - The customer wants to place the quarantine storage area on a Linux-based file server, because they think it would be safer that way. A - As you said, they need to place it on a computer part of the domain, as the user account used has to be part of the domain to ensure proper access and permission. In this case a Samba server situation is not supported. Q - I think any quarantined content is stored in encrypted form by FSAV Exchange protection, so it's harmless even if located on a Windows file server. Thus the customer's worries are unfounded and there is no need for involving a Linux server. Can you confirm this? A - The quarantine is stored in a way that can be opened by our software only, but it is not encrypted. It is not advised to encrypt the folder containing the quarantine as it will impact the performance on read and write operations. Q - If they must use a Windows-based server for storing the quarantine, is it really impossible to utilize a DAG member for that purpose and do they really have to provide a dedicated 3rd computer? A - In this case I advise to follow the documentation as it states the supported scenarios. It is possible that if they install a MSSQL server on the same server and point to it, it will work, but this can impact the performance, and since it's not a supported scenario according to the documentation, if there are any issues, we won't be able to support it as it is not tested. Best Regards: Tamas Feher, Hungary.
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Hi, 1 - This could be if File type recognition is on. If there are scripts inside excel it is treated as executable Could you list content of Disallowed Inbound Files?
2 - I'm not sure I got it right "this creates a new mail while some attachment are from mail from 2 years ago." You send one file and got another 0_o ? I tested on my server: - sent email with password protected zip - it was quarantined - recipient got email with warning template - I went to email quarantine\query\mails and attachments and released it - recipient got original email with zip
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We have ESS 12.00 coming soon. If you wish, you can try ESS 12.00 RC already now. It can be downloaded from the partner portal. But please note, that if you are using centralized management, you will need to upgrade your PM to 12.10 RC level as well.
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