In order to ensure SPAM gets sent to the spam quarantine and skips susequent filters, we have implemented somehting similar to what is outlined below:
1. Edit the Antispam settings in your mail policies. Set
'Positively-Identified Spam Settings' > 'Apply This Action to Message' to deliver.
2. Set 'Add Custom Header' to 'X-Ironport-Quarantine'. The value can be anything. (i.e. True)
3. Create a Content Filter checking for this header, and if it exists, skip all following filters (Deliver). Or modify your existing filter not to match when that header exists.
Background: Any message containing a X-Ironport-Quarantine header will be delivered to the spam quarantine instead the recipient destination. A quiet common way to redirect messages to that quarantine with a filter.
My question concerns what happens when a user requests the message and it is released from quarantine? Will it be delivered without going through Anti-Virus and content filtering?
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