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Block external email domains through DLP

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Hi Team,

Could you please let me know if there is any way to block the external email domains like gmail,yahoo.com through HDLP?

 

 

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Re: Block external email domains through DLP

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It can be achieved using Email Protection rules.

Email protection rules monitor or block email sent to specific destinations or users. They are supported on McAfee DLP Endpoint for Windows and McAfee DLP Prevent.

Email protection rules can block emails according to the following parameters:

Classification definitions limit the rule to specific content fingerprinting or content classification criteria. You can apply classifications to to the whole email, or just the subject, body, email headers, or attachments.
Sender definitions limit the rule to specific user groups or email address lists. User group information can be obtained from registered LDAP servers. You can also limit the rule to local or non-LDAP users.
The Email Envelope field can specify that the email is protected by RMS permissions, PGP encryption, digital signature, or S/MIME encryption. This option is typically used to define exceptions.
The Recipient list includes email address list definitions. The definitions can use wildcards in the operator field.

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Re: Block external email domains through DLP

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It can be achieved using Email Protection rules.

Email protection rules monitor or block email sent to specific destinations or users. They are supported on McAfee DLP Endpoint for Windows and McAfee DLP Prevent.

Email protection rules can block emails according to the following parameters:

Classification definitions limit the rule to specific content fingerprinting or content classification criteria. You can apply classifications to to the whole email, or just the subject, body, email headers, or attachments.
Sender definitions limit the rule to specific user groups or email address lists. User group information can be obtained from registered LDAP servers. You can also limit the rule to local or non-LDAP users.
The Email Envelope field can specify that the email is protected by RMS permissions, PGP encryption, digital signature, or S/MIME encryption. This option is typically used to define exceptions.
The Recipient list includes email address list definitions. The definitions can use wildcards in the operator field.

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