This example assumes that Brightmail is used. It also assumes that LDAP_DOMAIN_ATTR_OPTIN1 was set to Brightmail in the option.dat file. The Brightmail attribute is set to spam and virus in the sesta.com domain entry in the DC tree for Sun LDAP Schema 1. For Sun LDAP Schema 2 you also set Brightmail in the domain entries that receive spam filtering.
All mail sent to sesta.com is filtered for spam and viruses by Brightmail. A Domain-level Filtering Example is shown below.
dn: dc=sesta,dc=com,o=internet objectClass: domain objectClass: inetDomain objectClass: mailDomain objectClass: nsManagedDomain objectClass: icsCalendarDomain description: DC node for sesta.com hosted domain dc: sesta inetDomainBaseDN: o=sesta.com,o=isp inetDomainStatus: active mailDomainStatus: active mailDomainAllowedServiceAccess: +imap, pop3, http:* mailRoutingHosts: manatee.siroe.com preferredMailHost: manatee.siroe.com mailDomainDiskQuota: 100000000 mailDomainMsgQuota: -1 mailClientAttachmentQuota: 5 Brightmail: spam Brightmail: virus
If Symantec AntiVirus Scan Engine and SpamAssassin were used, the entry would look similar to like this:
SymantecAV: virus SpamAssassin: spam
See 14.3 Using Symantec Brightmail Anti-Spam, 14.4 Using SpamAssassin or 14.5 Using Symantec Anti-Virus Scanning Engine (SAVSE) for more examples and details.