Tagging External(internet) received email as "External"

We want to add a tag "external" to emails received from outside the domain as a security measure to help users identify them and deal with them carefully.
How can it be achieved with Secure messaging gateway being deployed in our environment alongside Groupwise 18.0.2
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  • On Mon, 28 Jan 2019 03:54:03 GMT, squadri
    <squadri@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com> wrote:

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    >We want to add a tag "external" to emails received from outside the
    >domain as a security measure to help users identify them and deal with
    >them carefully.
    >How can it be achieved with Secure messaging gateway being deployed in
    >our environment alongside Groupwise 18.0.2


    I have not tried it, but there is a message tag service that modifies
    the subject. Go to your Inbound Mail Filter Policy, insert the
    Message Received filter and the Message Tag service. Modify the
    Message Tag service as needed, connect them and save. That will
    affect all inbound emails. If you want to test the Message Tag
    service, you could first connect it to the Email Address filter, check
    scan recipient address, and enter a test email address within your
    organization. Then the message tag would only be applied to emails
    coming to that address. Once you have it looking the way you want,
    detach the message tag from the email address filter and attach it to
    the message received filter.

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    Ken
    Knowledge Partner

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  • ketter;2494417 wrote:
    On Mon, 28 Jan 2019 03:54:03 GMT, squadri
    <squadri@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com> wrote:

    >
    >We want to add a tag "external" to emails received from outside the
    >domain as a security measure to help users identify them and deal with
    >them carefully.
    >How can it be achieved with Secure messaging gateway being deployed in
    >our environment alongside Groupwise 18.0.2


    I have not tried it, but there is a message tag service that modifies
    the subject. Go to your Inbound Mail Filter Policy, insert the
    Message Received filter and the Message Tag service. Modify the
    Message Tag service as needed, connect them and save. That will
    affect all inbound emails. If you want to test the Message Tag
    service, you could first connect it to the Email Address filter, check
    scan recipient address, and enter a test email address within your
    organization. Then the message tag would only be applied to emails
    coming to that address. Once you have it looking the way you want,
    detach the message tag from the email address filter and attach it to
    the message received filter.

    --
    Ken
    Knowledge Partner

    Create and vote for enhancements!
    https://www.microfocus.com/products/enhancement-request.html


    Thank you for your response. I would check it out.
    However, I have another query,if you could help. In my live system, I am still running gwava 6.5 as primary server for smtp scanner with multiple domain names. I also have a secondary gwava serving wasp for webaccess scanning and gms for mobility scan. once I configure my smtp interface to SMG in live, will my webaccess and gms continue to work or stop??? Is it possible to switch only a single domain name to scan for smtp while keeping other domain names still being scanned with gwava6.5 until all testing is assured with SMG functioning??

    Can we still keep both Old gwava and new SMG running at the same time. In case if some users request for releasing some old emails from Quarantine of Gwava 6.5
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  • ketter;2494417 wrote:
    On Mon, 28 Jan 2019 03:54:03 GMT, squadri
    <squadri@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com> wrote:

    >
    >We want to add a tag "external" to emails received from outside the
    >domain as a security measure to help users identify them and deal with
    >them carefully.
    >How can it be achieved with Secure messaging gateway being deployed in
    >our environment alongside Groupwise 18.0.2


    I have not tried it, but there is a message tag service that modifies
    the subject. Go to your Inbound Mail Filter Policy, insert the
    Message Received filter and the Message Tag service. Modify the
    Message Tag service as needed, connect them and save. That will
    affect all inbound emails. If you want to test the Message Tag
    service, you could first connect it to the Email Address filter, check
    scan recipient address, and enter a test email address within your
    organization. Then the message tag would only be applied to emails
    coming to that address. Once you have it looking the way you want,
    detach the message tag from the email address filter and attach it to
    the message received filter.

    --
    Ken
    Knowledge Partner

    Create and vote for enhancements!
    https://www.microfocus.com/products/enhancement-request.html


    Thank you for your response. I would check it out.
    However, I have another query,if you could help. In my live system, I am still running gwava 6.5 as primary server for smtp scanner with multiple domain names. I also have a secondary gwava serving wasp for webaccess scanning and gms for mobility scan. once I configure my smtp interface to SMG in live, will my webaccess and gms continue to work or stop??? Is it possible to switch only a single domain name to scan for smtp while keeping other domain names still being scanned with gwava6.5 until all testing is assured with SMG functioning??

    Can we still keep both Old gwava and new SMG running at the same time. In case if some users request for releasing some old emails from Quarantine of Gwava 6.5
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  • On Mon, 28 Jan 2019 17:24:01 GMT, squadri
    <squadri@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com> wrote:

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    >ketter;2494417 Wrote:
    >> On Mon, 28 Jan 2019 03:54:03 GMT, squadri
    >> <squadri@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com> wrote:
    >>
    >> >
    >> >We want to add a tag "external" to emails received from outside the
    >> >domain as a security measure to help users identify them and deal with
    >> >them carefully.
    >> >How can it be achieved with Secure messaging gateway being deployed in
    >> >our environment alongside Groupwise 18.0.2

    >>
    >> I have not tried it, but there is a message tag service that modifies
    >> the subject. Go to your Inbound Mail Filter Policy, insert the
    >> Message Received filter and the Message Tag service. Modify the
    >> Message Tag service as needed, connect them and save. That will
    >> affect all inbound emails. If you want to test the Message Tag
    >> service, you could first connect it to the Email Address filter, check
    >> scan recipient address, and enter a test email address within your
    >> organization. Then the message tag would only be applied to emails
    >> coming to that address. Once you have it looking the way you want,
    >> detach the message tag from the email address filter and attach it to
    >> the message received filter.
    >>
    >> --
    >> Ken
    >> Knowledge Partner
    >>
    >> Create and vote for enhancements!
    >> https://www.microfocus.com/products/enhancement-request.html

    >
    >Thank you for your response. I would check it out.
    >However, I have another query,if you could help. In my live system, I am
    >still running gwava 6.5 as primary server for smtp scanner with multiple
    >domain names. I also have a secondary gwava serving wasp for webaccess
    >scanning and gms for mobility scan. once I configure my smtp interface
    >to SMG in live, will my webaccess and gms continue to work or stop???


    I'm not using Gwava for webaccess or gms scanning, so don't hold me to
    this, but I don't think there is any technical reason why it would
    stop working.

    >Is it possible to switch only a single domain name to scan for smtp
    >while keeping other domain names still being scanned with gwava6.5 until
    >all testing is assured with SMG functioning??


    Seems possible...you would have to update your DNS records so that
    incoming email for the one domain would go to the new box and all
    other domains would stay on the old.

    >Can we still keep both Old gwava and new SMG running at the same time.
    >In case if some users request for releasing some old emails from
    >Quarantine of Gwava 6.5


    Yes, I did this without any problem.

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    Ken
    Knowledge Partner

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