Hexamail Guard Administration Guide - Rule - Action

Action

Action

   Action

Verify
Allows you to configure the action that happens if the rules is matched. You can either verify or skip verification
Example interface
On/Off
On

   Tagging

Subject Tag
Use this setting to have email tagged by subject if an email matches the rule, for example you can set this setting to [Some Tag]: <subject> to make the email with a subject 'Sales enquiry' get tagged to [Some Tag]: Sales Enquiry
Example interface
Verifyed (<result>): <subject>
Content Tag
Header Tag
Use this setting to have an extra MIME header inserted into the email. If an email matches the rule, you can insert a custom header, e.g. specify "X-MyTagHeader: TagValue" for this setting to insert the MIME header X-MyTagHeader with the value TagValue. You should only specify MIME compliant header strings for this setting, otherwise the MIME of the email may no longer be MIME compliant and messages transfer agents further down the line may report errors or warnings. The MIME standard can be found online as W3C RFC number 822 and 2822
Example interface
X-HXM-Verifyed:
Value
Use this setting to have an extra MIME header inserted into the email. If an email matches the rule, you can insert a custom header, e.g. specify "X-MyTagHeader: TagValue" for this setting to insert the MIME header X-MyTagHeader with the value TagValue. You should only specify MIME compliant header strings for this setting, otherwise the MIME of the email may no longer be MIME compliant and messages transfer agents further down the line may report errors or warnings. The MIME standard can be found online as W3C RFC number 822 and 2822
Example interface
<result>

   Failure Action

On Failure
Allows you to configure the action that happens if the email matching the rule could not be verified
Example interface
Allow, Tag, Quarantine
Allow
Alert Admin
Allows you to alert the administrator when a failure occurs
Example interface
On/Off
Off