Mail Security: Show Deferred Mails in Mail Manager/UserPortal (eg. Greylisted)
If a incoming Mail is delayed by Grey listing, this is not viewable in the Mail Manager. This is a Problem in Environments where End users really use the End User Portal for tracking their Mail.
In the End it has to be reviewed by the Admin again because you can only find out these Mails in the smtp-proxy Logfile.
Please add "greylisting" to the list of filters in the Mail Manager portal.
The firewall has been blocking greylisted emails that endusers need to receive. I am able to add the senders to the whitelist; however, the research to find the reason they were blocked is difficult because "greylisting" is not included as a filter in the Mail Manager screen, I have to dig through the log files.
Current Mail Manager Filters:
Result Filter: Delivered, Rejected, Quarantined, Blackholed, Cancelled, Bounced, Deleted, Unknown
Reason Filter: Malware, Spam, Expression, File Extension, MIME Type, Unscannable, Other, RDNS/HELO, RBL, Host Blacklist, Sender Blacklist, BATV, Rcpt verification, SPF
Show in Mail-Manager. With chronology for x days.
Greylisting occurs before a message is received by the sender, and the message is not yet received, to be shown in the mail manager.
however, the greylisting activity should still be logged, and can be viewed in the logs available in the mail manager or user portal.
If my recollection is correct you se them only at the SMTP-Proxy Logfile. It would be much more comfortable to see them at the Log Part of the mail Manager.
there is no logs for greylisted in mail manager
@Angelo: I suggest to merge this idea with http://feature.astaro.com/forums/17359-astaro-security-gateway-feature-requests/suggestions/468872-mail-security-show-deferred-mails-in-mail-manager?ref=title they are very similar
It would be useful. Obviously the state of a graylisted email should change (to delivered) when the remote server send it for the second time. On the contrary you should see most of delivered email as graylisted.
Nice... in this moment you can only show them in log files, but it would be very useful to see the greylisted connections in the mail manager too.