The settings in this page allow to configure both system notifications and domain disclaimers.

System Notifications

To configure notifications, provide the e-mail address that appears as the sender of the system notifications, which must be unique, and the recipients that will receive them.

Domain Disclaimer

The first options is to activate the domain disclaimer as a mandatory option for all domains configured. By default, the disclaimer, whose text can be configured in Section Domains ‣ Details ‣ Disclaimer (see Disclaimer), is added at the end of each incoming and outgoing message (i.e., messages with a recipient external to the domain), unless the second option, Only allow outbound disclaimers, is enabled: in that case, the disclaimer is added only to outgoing messages

See also

Domain disclaimer can be managed from the CLI as well, please refer to Section Configuring Domain Disclaimer.

Once you change any of the options, restart amavis as the zextras user on every Node featuring the MTA role

zextras$ zmamavisdctl restart && zmconfigdctl restart

Global Delegates#

This page is an excerpts of the Accounts (Admin Panel ‣ Domains ‣ Manage ‣ Accounts) table, showing all the Global Delegates.


This table lists all the domains configured on Carbonio CE. Check section Create New Domain to add a new domain.


In this page appears the configuration of the special quarantine e-mail account, which holds all the messages either marked as Spam or containing viruses.

The available setting is the duration of the retention time, i.e., how long these messages are kept before being deleted forever. The quarantine account, including all the e-mail messages it contains, can be deleted and recreated by clicking the DELETE AND RE-CREATE button. At the bottom of the page the list of quarantined messages is shown. Being a system account, to view the messages you can go to Admin Panel ‣ Domains ‣ Manage ‣ Accounts, click the quarantine account, then the VIEW MAIL button to see the quarantined e-mails.

When viewing a quarantined message, the Administrator can carry out a few actions on it:

  • View the original message, including the score and the reason why the e-mail was marked as spam

  • Remove infected attachments from the e-mail and deliver the e-mail to the recipient


    If the e-mail still has infected attachments, it will not be delivered.

  • Download the message and share it with the recipient

  • Delete the e-mail