E-mails can be consulted directly by IMAP protocol and via the WebMail interface.

Anti-virus/anti-spam protection

Each e-mail detected as spam contains in its header information indicating that it is a *****SPAM***** message or, where applicable, a message containing a *****VIRUS*****. Infected attachments are automatically deleted.

By default, all messages marked in this way are delivered to the user mailbox and can, after downloading, be dealt with locally according to preference with tools integrated in the most up-to-date messaging software.

If the user opts for direct deletion of marked messages, the messaging system then blocks spam and the infected messages which have been detected before downloading into the mailbox. This means that the user does not receive the messages which have been detected. No local filtering measure is required.

However, errors in analysis may occur. Certain messages can be incorrectly marked as *****SPAM*****. These are called false positives. The direct deletion of these messages therefore involves a certain risk of losing mail. This is why the choice of how to deal with messages must be considered to be the full responsibility of the user.

Identify yourself to change or consult the status of your e-mail protection.

Making e-mail secure

IMAPS and Webmail (HTTPS) provide an encrypted connection between the client and the mail server.