The “IF” menu allows you to choose under which condition the rule will be applied.
If you are not sure what any of these conditions mean, take a look at the following list.
Each email sent with Trustifi receives a score according to potentially sensitive content that was found in the body or attachments of the email.
For a more detailed explanation, see this guide.
Sensitive content found in emails or attachments is divided into categories such as “Financial information”, “Social security information”, “Medical information”, etc.
By choosing which sensitivity types (you can select as many as you want) to look for, you can narrow down your rule definition so that it only applies to specific types of sensitive information.
You may choose to search the body and/or subject of the email for keywords of your choice.
You may enter as many keywords as you want (separated by commas).
Checks if any of the email’s recipients (From/To/Cc/ or all) match one or more email addresses that you have specified.
You may enter as many addresses as you want (separated by commas).
At least one domain
Checks if any of the email’s recipients (From/To/Cc/ or all) are hosted in a domain that you have specified. You may enter as many domains as you want (separated by commas).
You may enter as many domains as you want (separated by commas).
All the domains
The rule will be triggered only if all the recipients (From/To/Cc/ or all) are from the list of specified domains.
Difference in domain groups
Checks for differences between the sender’s domain and the domains of the recipients.
For example – if the difference level is set to 1, the rule will be applied if any one of the recipients is in a domain different from the sender.
This condition is useful for enforcing rules on internal or external emails only.
The rule will be applied only if the email is sent to any one of the contact groups selected by the admin.
You may select as many groups for this condition as you want.
Custom header value
The rule will be applied for any email containing a header that matches the specified name and value.
Both the name and value must match for the rule to be applied, both are case-sensitive.