Re: FortiMail 200E/Sandbox Email Question
The quirk in OP's setup is that he distrusts the anti-spam on the FML. In my experience, if you relax the AS measures a bit FML won't catch all but all that it catches is real SPAM. Especially by checking against the blacklist from FortiGuard.
As the (SPAM) mail has not yet been accepted (*) you can legally safe discard it then, and not quarantine it.
Quarantining SPAM is somehow...you could save a lot of energy and other cost if you just store every mail then.
(*)...if FML is working as mail relay or mail gateway, that is, in front.
In a typical environment I see 95% of all SPAM mails rejected because of blacklisting servers alone. If you push all that junk through your sandbox you will probably need a very big one.
But thanks Carl for that precious hint anyway.
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