Configuring Digest Set Emails

Document created by user.oxriBaJeN4 Employee on Sep 2, 2019Last modified by user.oxriBaJeN4 Employee on Sep 2, 2019
Version 3Show Document
  • View in full screen mode

The Digest Set emails sent to end users allows them to release, block, or permit messages that are deemed to potentially contain junk / spam content, or specific attachments. Instead, these messages are held in a quarantine area called the held queue. Digest set emails can be configured to:

  • Define the frequency of the emails sent.
  • Specify the policies that will include messages in the emails.
  • Specify the actions end users can take on messages in the held queue.
  • Include your company's branding if this is part of your Mimecast subscription.

 

To configure your digest set emails you need the following policies;

 

Configuring a Digest Set Definition / Policy

This section must be read in conjunction with the Configuring Digest Sets Definitions and Policies page.

A digest set definition / policy controls the frequency of the digest set emails sent to end users, and specifies the policies used to include messages in the digest set email. The polices that can be used to control the digest set messages are:

 

Configuring a Notification Sets Definition / Policy

This section must be read in conjunction with the Configuring Notification Sets Definitions and Policies page.

A notification sets  definition / policy allows you to customize the digest set email sent to end users to include:

  • The actions they can take, including whether it can be performed on all or individual messages.
  • Specific wording.
  • Company branding if this is part of your Mimecast subscription.
If no policy is configured, our default notification is used.

See Also...

 

Attachments

    Outcomes