Sophos Email: Delivering on security and visibility

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Even more information, in just one click.

The latest enhancements for Sophos Email Standard and Advanced customers make the management and reporting of email security even simpler. Here’s what’s changed:

New reporting

You can now view detailed summary information for every inbound and outbound message processed by Sophos Email.

Starting from the ‘Message History’ report in Sophos Central, simply select the new, clickable email subject line of the message you’d like to inspect to see a breakdown of helpful information, including:

  • Details of the sender, recipient, date and time
  • Full message header information and any attachments
  • Details of the steps the message has passed through in our scanning infrastructure
  • More visibility into the current status of the message within the scanning process, from sending receipt to the delivery to your inbox


Whether it’s responding to user requests on email delivery status or understanding reasons for a quarantined message, being able to quickly access details related to your organization’s emails is really useful for busy admins.

Policy and search enhancements

The Allow and Block Senders policy restricts messages to or from specific email addresses or domains, and it can apply to inbound or outbound messages. In this latest update you have the freedom to create IP address entries here, plus wildcards including country level domains such as .co.

Finding specific user mailboxes is also a simple task with the new Mailbox Search feature within the ‘Mailboxes’ menu option.

Want to find out more?

Check out the Sophos Email Security page for more information, and to sign up for a free 30 day free trial.

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