How to get the Permalink of an email log entry

Your Administrator or Spambrella Support Team may request that you identify messages that you need support for by sending its Permalink to the Spambrella Support team.

A permalink, in the case of the Spambrella Interface, is a URL that points directly to the email detailed information of a specific email log entry after it has been processed by the Spambrella platform. Because a Permalink remains unchanged and it is possible for the Support team to use this link to identify a specific message in the email logs.

When you are asked to send one or more of these messages (in the case of pattern identifications) they are simply retrieved by completing the following steps:

1. Login to your Spambrella interface:

2. Navigate to ‘Administration‘, click > User Management > Users. Locate the user and click to then click ‘Logs‘ for that user.

NOTE: Users can click on Quarantine to view personal logs.

3. Administrators follow steps 3 & 4. Users skip to step 5..

  • If you do not see the user from the immediate list, search for the user in the search field.
  • On the line of the specific user, press the Logs button.

Logs Admin View

4. Refine your search to find a specific email you want to be reviewed.

    1. Type: This is for Inbound or Outbound email
    2. Received: Adjust this to your best estimate of the time frame you are looking at
    3. Status: This is where the message currently resides. If absolutely unsure, try to use ANY if you input the following fields
    4. FROM: This is the sender address
    5. TO: This is the recipient address
    6. Subject: key words found in the message subject

5. Click Search. If there are no results, review the search parameters.

6. From the results click Detail to display the Email Detail window.

7. The top line of the Email Detail window will contain the Permalink needed to identify the message.

8. Copy the entire URL, or right click via your browser copy command, and provide this to support.

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