Before configuring an external spam quarantine please ensure that the Security Management Appliance (M160)
is configured to receive quarantined spam messages from this appliance. Once that has been configured, not only will you disable the local Spam Quarantine in your C370(GUI: Monitor tab > Quarantines), but you will need to add an External Quarantine(C370 GUI: Network tab). The IP address that you add as the External Quarantine will be the IP address of the Interface that you would have configured on your Security Management Appliance-as the default Spam Quarantine interface.
You will not need to change your Mail Policies' Ant-Spam settings. Spam, Suspect Spam, Etc. - will continue to be routed to which ever quarantine the C370 is currentlt set to use. The port number that is used(6025, by default) was determined when you configured an Interface on your Security Management Appliance to accept spam from C370.
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