Portal Page for web based email?

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L3 Networker

Portal Page for web based email?

Is it possible to have a portal page or a content page when someone uses gmail, yahoo mail, .... that would make them have to read company policy about not to use them to upload and email company data?

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L5 Sessionator

Hi markk96,

What you can do is use response pages for URL category "web-based email" with action set to "continue" and customize the page such that it contains the text of your company policy.  By default, once the end-user clicks OK, they have access to any URL within that category for 15 minutes; this period is configurable.

For more information regarding how you can customize response pages, please refer to the following article:

Customizing Response Pages

Hope this helps,

Doris

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L7 Applicator

Along with Doris' recommendations, you could also look into "file blocking policies" and certain types of file attachments through web-based e-mail applications.  If you're concerned about company data, you could start with blocking PDF and Microsoft Office files in web-based e-mail applications.  (Note: most web-based e-mail is run over SSL, so you would need to use SSL Decryption in your Palo Alto Networks firewall in order for the file blocking policy to work). 

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