About actions on objects
Aug 21, 2023
Depending on the status assigned to messages based on the results of Anti-Virus and Anti-Spam scanning and content filtering, Kaspersky Security 8 for Linux Mail Server performs actions on messages and the objects that they contain. The program records the result of scanning in the event log.
In the rule settings, you can specify actions to be performed by the program on messages with a certain status.
The settings that define the actions can take the following values:
Skip– deliver message to recipient with no changes.
Reject– do not deliver message to recipient. If you select this action, the sending mail server receives a return code in response, indicating the occurrence of an error during delivery. The message is not delivered to the recipient.
DeleteMessage– delete message. If you select this action, the sending mail server receives a notification that the message has been received, but the message is not delivered to the recipient.
DeleteAttachment– delete attachment (applied only after an anti-virus scan).
Cure– cure infected object (applied only after an anti-virus scan). When this action is selected, the program attempts to cure the infected object. If disinfection is impossible, the
Reject, Delete Messageor
Delete Attachmentaction specified in the rule settings is applied to the object. If the administrator has not specified the action in the rule settings, the program performs the