The SMTP tab controls options that apply to SMTP servers using this policy.
SMTP Welcome Text
The first line that is sent in response to a connection
SMTP host name :
The name used by the SMTP service to identify itself to incoming connections in response to HELO/EHLO
These options restrict the maximum size of a message, number of recipients for a message and the number of servers a message can pass though. messages that exceed these limits are rejected.
Maximum message size (authenticated)
This limits the message size for users which are authenticated by IP address or SMTP authentication KB
Maximum message size (other)
This limits the message size for non-authenticated users KB
Maximum recipients (Authenticated)
This sets the maximum number of recipients that a message can be sent to by authenticated senders
Maximum recipients (Other)
This sets the maximum number of recipients that a message can be sent to by non-authenicated senders
Max Recipients (header)
Specifies the maximum number of recipients in header.
Specifies the total number of servers that a message can pass through before it is assumed a loop has occurred and the message is rejected
This option specifies what FTGate validates against when authenticating.
The period of time from the last communication until the connection will be closed.
Validate that the sender’s domain exists
Hosted senders only
Only allow delivery from hosted email addresses
Allow EXPN and VRFY SMTP commands
Permit the server to respond to EXPN and VRFY commands. This may result in a drop in server security.
Local header addresses
Include local IP address in message headers received lines