What’s New in FortiAnalyzer V5.2

What’s New in FortiAnalyzer v5.2 FortiAnalyzer v5.2 includes the following new features and enhancements. FortiAnalyzer v5.2.0 FortiAnalyzer v5.2.0 includes the following new features and enhancements. Event Management Event Handler for local FortiAnalyzer event logs FortiOS v4.0 MR3 logs are now supported. Support subject customization of alert email. FortiView New FortiView module Logging Updated compact log […]


Introduction FortiAnalyzer platforms integrate network logging, analysis, and reporting into a single system, delivering increased knowledge of security events throughout your network. The FortiAnalyzer family minimizes the effort required to monitor and maintain acceptable use policies, as well as identify attack patterns to help you fine-tune your policies. Organizations of any size will benefit from […]


Troubleshooting This section provides guidelines to help you determine why your FortiMail unit is behaving unexpectedly. It includes general troubleshooting methods and specific troubleshooting tips using both the command line interface (CLI) and the web UI. Each troubleshooting item describes both the problem and the solution. Some CLI commands provide troubleshooting information not available through […]

Best Practices and Fine Tuning

Best practices and fine tuning This section is a collection of guidelines to ensure the most secure and reliable operation of FortiMail units. These same guidelines can be found alongside their related setting throughout this Administration Guide. To provide a convenient checklist, these guidelines are also listed here. This section includes: Network topology tuning Network […]

Installing Firmware

Installing firmware Fortinet periodically releases FortiMail firmware updates to include enhancements and address issues. After you have registered your FortiMail unit, FortiMail firmware is available for download at http://support.fortinet.com. Installing new firmware can overwrite antivirus and antispam packages using the versions of the packages that were current at the time that the firmware image was […]