This article provides information to help administrators setup and use Dictionaries in PGP Universal Server.
HOW TO: Setup and Use Dictionaries in PGP Universal Server
Dictionaries are lists of terms to be matched. Dictionaries work with mail policy to allow you to define content lists that can trigger rules or fulfill the conditions of a rule to trigger actions. For example, Dictionaries can contain addresses you want excluded from processing, key words like confidential, or user names for internal users whose messages need special handling.
A policy rule can have a dictionary associated with it as a condition. If a message meets the condition, the PGP Universal Server processes the message according the rule's action.
For example, one of the default Outbound rules is called Excluded Signed. The condition for that rule is If any of the following are true: Recipient address is in dictionary Excluded Addresses: Sign. This means the rule applies to any message in which the recipient address matches a term in the dictionary. If that condition is met, the action for the rule is triggered. The action is to sign and send the message with no further processing.
Dictionaries are also used to match external users to the correct external user policy. Create a dictionary containing a list of external user names, then create an external user policy with a membership made up of users with names in that dictionary.
The Dictionaries card lets you add and edit Dictionaries. There are 4 default dictionaries,and you can also create your own.
There are two types of dictionaries:
There are two types of entries in a dictionary:
There are four default dictionaries that exist on the server when installed. You cannot delete these dictionaries.
Editing Default Dictionaries:
Approving Pending Excluded Addresses:
You can add dictionaries to use with specific policy rules.
Adding a User-Defined Dictionary:
Editing a User Defined Dictionary:
|Caution: If you do not want a rule to use a particular dictionary, you can simply remove it from that rule's conditions. If you delete a dictionary from the Dictionaries card, it will no longer be available for any rule in your mail policy and can make your rules invalid.|
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