This article provides step-by-step instructions for configuring and using Exclusions with Dictionaries on PGP Universal Server.
HOW TO: Configure and Use Exclusions with Dictionaries in PGP Universal Server
Exclusions are email addresses to which you do not want to send encrypted email. The most common excluded addresses are usually mailing lists. PGP Universal detects mailing list automatically by looking for a header in the email that indicates a mailing list (RFC 2919). You can also manually add any email address to the exclusion list, even using wildcards to match multiple addresses. If you are using the Directory Synchronization feature, mailing lists found in the directory will be automatically added.
In versions of PGP Universal Server 2.5 and above, exclusions are handled using Dictionaries. 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.
Exclude an Email Address
Managing Pending Excluded Email Addresses
Using Wildcards to Exclude Email Addresses
Wildcards are case insensitive. PGP Universal Server supports the following rules when creating email addresses to be excluded by using wildcards.