Monday, 5 November 2018

Add Outbound Mail Flow Rules for your Amazon WorkMail

Amazon WorkMail is well organized secure business email and calendar service that help for current desktop and mobile email client applications. Amazon WorkMail offers users the ability to smoothly use their email, contacts, and calendars with the client application of their choice, containing Microsoft Outlook, native iOS and Android email applications, any client application supporting the IMAP protocol, or straight across a web browser. You can unify AmazonWorkMail with your current corporate directory, use email journaling to meet compliance needs, and manage both the keys which encrypt your data and the place in where your data is saved. You can moreover set up interoperability with Microsoft Exchange Server, and programmatically manage users, groups, and resources with the help of Amazon WorkMail SDK.

Now, you can add outbound mail flow rules for your Amazon WorkMail organization. Outbound mail flow rules grants you to execute easy actions such as blocking sending of a message or routing messages to a custom appliance through the SMTP protocol. This includes extensibility to the WorkMail product by permitting you to manage sending or messenger handling of outbound e-mail to 3rd party or custom appliances. For example, you can now way to appliances for email encryption, data leak protection, IP reputation management, and archiving. Also, you can describe conditions for every outbound mail flow rule based on the domain and email addresses of the message sender and recipients. The rule will only execute when the sender and recipients match the rule's condition. In this manner you can route traffic separately relying on who is sending and who they are sending to. This control is mostly helpful if you are routing to appliances with a per-user cost model, so you can route to only the users who require it.

Setting up outbound mail flow rules is simple with just a few quick steps in the Amazon WorkMail console. To start, check your Amazon WorkMail organization and click on Organization Settings. You can describe rules with the drop, bounce, or the SMTP routing actions, jointly with which sender and recipient email addresses or domains the rule must seek to.

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