system : replacemsg mm1
 
replacemsg mm1
Use this command to change default replacement messages added to messages sent by FortiOS Carrier on the MM1 network when the antivirus engine blocks a file either because of a matching file pattern or because a virus is detected; or when spam filter blocks an email.
Syntax
config system replacemsg mm1 <message_type>
set add-smil {enable | disable}
set charset <character_set>
set class <class>
set format <format>
set from <from_address>
set from-sender {enable | disable}
set header <header_type>
set image <string>
set message <message_text>
set priority <priority>
set rsp-status <rsp_status>
set rsp-text <response_text>
set sender-visibility <sender_vis>
set smil-part <string>
set subject <subject_text>
end
Variable
Description
Default
<message_type>
MM1 replacement message types, one of:
mm1-retr-conf-block
mm1-retr-conf-bword
mm1-retr-conf-sis-block
mm1-retr-conf-virus
mm1-send-conf-block
mm1-send-conf-bword
mm1-send-conf-sis-block
mm1-send-conf-virus
mm1-send-req-block
mm1-send-req-bword
mm1-send-req-sis-block
mm1-send-req-virus
No default.
add-smil {enable | disable}
Enable to add SMIL content to the message. SMIL content can include images.
This field is available for the following message types:
mm1-send-req-block
mm1-send-req-bword
mm1-send-req-sis-block
mm1-send-req-virus
disable
charset <character_set>
Character encoding used for replacement message, one of:
us-ascii
utf-8
utf-8
class <class>
The message can be classified as one of:
advertisement
automatic
informational
not-included
personal
automatic
format <format>
Set the format of the message, one of:
html
none
text
wml
Not all formats are supported by all message types.
text
from <from_address>
Address the message is from.
null
from-sender {enable | disable}
Enable for the notification message to be sent from the recipient. This is to avoid billing problems.
disable
header <header_type>
Set the format of the message header, one of:
8bit
http
none
http
image <string>
Enter the name of the image to include in the SMIL message part. Using ‘?’ will show the list of available image names.
This is only available when add-smil is enabled.
 
message <message_text>
Text of the replacement message.
Depends on message type.
priority <priority>
Priority of the message, one of:
high
low
normal
not included
normal
rsp-status <rsp_status>
Response status code, one of:
err-content-not-accepted
err-msg-fmt-corrupt
err-msg-not-found
err-net-prob
err-snd-addr-unresolv
err-srv-denied
err-unspecified
err-unsupp-msg
ok
err-content-not-accepted
rsp-text <response_text>
Response text.
Depends on message type.
sender-visibility <sender_vis>
Sender visibility, one of:
hide
not-specified
show
not-specified
smil-part <string>
Enter the SMIL part of the replacement message.
 
subject <subject_text>
Subject text string.
Depends on message type.