The Email Protection>Incoming> Rules tab shows a list of all protection rules, order of priority, and status.

  1. Select Email Protection> Incoming> Rules.
  2. To add a new rule click the  icon. A new rule appears in the top position, Order 1, with a default setting of Everyone and Security Policy Set. 
  3. From the Recipients column, select one of the following options:
    • Everyone: Refers to an email that has been sent via Cyren's email infrastructure
    • Internal Sender: Refers to an email that has been sent via Cyren's email infrastructure, and the sending and receiving domain belongs to the same customer.
    • External Sender: Refers to emails that are not sent via Cyren's email infrastructure.   
  4.  If you choose Selected Recipients, the Select Recipients window appears with a list of all currently defined Recipients in one tab and Group in the second tab. 

    If no users and/ or groups and organizational units for the rule have been selected, an empty list is displayed.

  5. Click the Recipient and/or the Group tab to select the recipients and/or groups that you wish to include in the protection rule.      

    The Selected tab shows the total number of recipients and/or groups that have been selected for this rule, and indicates if it is a recipient or a group.
    The Recipient/ Group tab shows the total number of recipient or groups that were assigned for this rule. You can search for a user or a group.

  6.   Click Done.      

    Click to either select or edit the recipients or groups.

  7. Select the Domain.

  8. Select the Policy to be used for the recipient/group from the drop-down menu. (Default is Security).
  9. By default, the rule is enabled under the Status column. You can click to disable the rule. 
  10. Click Save.
  • To move a rule drag it to the new position in the Order column. To delete a rule, click  at the end of the row.
  • By default the Rules tab starts with a "catch all" rule that applies the spam policy to all users. This policy applies protection from security threats as well as spam messages.
  • It is recommended to have such a generic rule to protect all users mailboxes in your organization.
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