You can import LDAP Data Interchange Format (LDIF) or comma-separated values (CSV) files into Trend Micro Email Security. This helps Trend Micro Email Security to better filter and process messages for valid email addresses. Messages to invalid email addresses will be rejected.
Before you import an LDIF or CSV directory file, note the following:
Trend Micro Email Security only recognizes ANSI-encoded LDIF (with the extension .ldf) and ANSI or UTF-8-encoded CSV (with the extension .csv) files. Do not include blank lines or other irrelevant data in the file that you import. Use caution when creating a file.
When importing user directory files, Trend Micro Email Security replaces all records for a managed domain at once. If any email addresses for a managed domain are imported, all other email addresses for that domain are removed. Newly imported email addresses for that domain, and records for other managed domains, will be kept. If you import an updated user directory file that does not have any information for one of your domains, the entries for those domains remain the same and are not overwritten.
Every time you import a directory file, it overwrites the old version. If you import an updated directory file that has information for one of your domains, all entries for those domains are overwritten. Use caution when importing a directory.
You can only see the directories that are associated with your administrator account. If you are sharing your Trend Micro Email Security service with another administrator (for example, a value-added reseller) who logs on with his/her specific account information, Trend Micro Email Security will not show the directories for that account.
Every time you add more users to your network, you must import your updated user directories; otherwise, Trend Micro Email Security will reject email from newly added users.
Trend Micro strongly suggests that you do not import more than 24 directories in a day. Doing so could overwhelm system resources.
Temporarily disable all valid recipients before import a file. When you are confident that all entries are correct, re-enable all valid recipients. To disable or enable valid recipients, go to Inbound Protection > Connection Filtering > Recipient Filter and click Disable All or Enable All.
If you create a CSV file, divide the records into fields for email_address and Firstname Lastname and separate them using a comma and optional quotation marks. Use of spaces or other delimiters is not supported. Use one record per line.
email@example.com,Bob Smith firstname.lastname@example.org,Sally Jones
"email@example.com","Bob Smith" "firstname.lastname@example.org","Sally Jones"
email@example.com,Bob Smith,firstname.lastname@example.org,Sally Jones
Microsoft Excel will save a two column chart as a CSV using valid formatting.
After the progress bar completes, a summary screen appears showing the following:
Import Summary: A summary of the information above
Domains and Number of Users to Replace Current Users: The domains that you specified when you subscribed to the Trend Micro Email Security service
Unauthorized Domains: Any domains that are included in your directory file, but are not officially registered with your Trend Micro Email Security service
Trend Micro Email Security does not provide service for these domains and their corresponding email addresses.
This will import and then enable the email address list.