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Vinay babu
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How to add a Subdomain rule in Message filter and Content filter ?

How to add a Subdomain rule in Message filter and Content filter ?

Subdomain will be .*uc4.example.com and needs to be case-insensitive. Thanks in advance.

 

It needs to match it the sending domain is anyone of the below domains:

1.uc4.example.com

second.uc4.example.com

THIRD.uc4.example.com

etc.,

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beanand
Cisco Employee

Hi Vinay,

 

The Content Filter Syntax can be specified as: (?i).*uc4\.example\.com

For a Message Filter regex you must use two backslashes so that after parsing, only one real backslash remains, thus the Syntax would be: (?i).*uc4\\.example\\.com

 

(?i) is used for Case-Insensitivity which can be placed at the Beginning of a case-sensitive regular-expression.

 

You can create a Dictionary as an alternative method in order to add the terms as mentioned in the query which could be used in any Content Filter / Message Filter.

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Try to perform a Trace under System Administration and validate if it works as per your requirement.

Thanks,

Anand

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