DLP how can I exclude domain from „policy“ -> „groups“.

I need a solution


I am beginner with Symantec DLP. I have DLP licences endpoint prevent a and endpoint discovery. DLP server has been connected to MS Active Directory. In the MS AD there are three user groups created: Ony, Oni, vsichni (all users which have on their PC installed DLP agent).

My question is: how can I exclude one email domain (internal domain „3t.cz“) from „policy“ -> „groups“.

What I would to do:

  1. DLP agent recognize email with word/s from Detection (keyword match)  and set Severity to HIGH:
  2. Users (sender) from MS AD group  „Ony“ can send this email to recipients into the internal network and the Internet too. Set Severity to MEDIUM.
  3. Users (sender) from MS AD group „Oni“ can send this email to recipient into the internal network only (recipient is from domain 3t.cz). Set Severity to MEDIUM.
  4. Users (sender) from MS AD group „Oni“ I want to block this email to the Internet (recipient are NOT 3t.cz). Set Severity to HIGH.
  5. Response section: All these above events I would to send to SIEM system (high and medium)
  6. Response section: severity high is BLOCK by DLP agent.

I have created DLP policy with following rule:

In the „group“ I have following conditions:

 My question is: under first „OR“ (ostatní_do_internetu) there I would to set following condition:

When „sender User Group“ is match by group from MS AD „Oni“ …


„recipient“ is NOT from my internal  domain (for example „RCPT TO:[ANYTHING]@3t.cz), I want to set Severity to: HIGH.

I set there somethink like:

-,3t.cz,*;+,*, * … but I in my opinion it is wrong …

Than on Response section I want send all these incidents to  SIEM and – when Severity is HIGH – I want BLOCK this email on the client desktop computer too:

Can you please advise me how to set it up?

Regards, Tomas



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If an email is created with an attachment in the GroupWise Client or WebAccess, saved in Work in Progress and synchronised to a mobile device, when it is sent from that mobile device’s Drafts folder, it will arrive without the attachment.


This functionality is currently unsupported.

Micro Focus Engineering are investigating adding support for ActiveSync v16 to a future version of GMS.


This is a limitation of versions of ActiveSync prior to v16.

Additional Information

Steps to duplicate:
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