Proofpoint Email Security Gateway
Proofpoint is an email protection service provided to protect faculty and staff from email threats by securing and controlling inbound and outbound email.
All incoming email is inspected by the Proofpoint Messaging Security Gateway as soon as it arrives at the University. Messages that contain a virus, spam, or inappropriate content are sent to a Quarantine area.
If email messages addressed to you end up in the Quarantine, you will receive a notification, called Digest, in your Inbox.
Messages may also be managed through an online portal.
What do I do if I want to report a spam message?
If you receive a spam email directly to your inbox which you would like blocked, we ask that you forward it (as file attachment)
Select message>forward special>as attachment or drag/drop message into a new message to email@example.com
Review our user guide to learn out the daily digest and Proofpoint portal work to manage your email.
Learn more about Targeted Attack Protection
Nebraska Today: New anti-phishing tool deploys Feb. 19Wednesday, January 31, 2018
In its ever-expanding battle against spam, viruses and malware, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is adding a new line of defense on the email front.
Starting Feb. 19, Information Technology Services will integrate Proofpoint's Targeted Attack Protection to all university email. The extra security level is...Read more
Maverick Daily: New Features Coming to ProofpointMonday, January 22, 2018
ITS will be making two primary improvements to the UNO email service - no action is required on your part. These changes will further calibrate the new Proofpoint anti-phishing and anti-spam service first implemented last March.
Read the full article in the...Read more
UNL Proofpoint Changes, August 5Tuesday, July 25, 2017
UNL Proofpoint Changes, August 5
Proofpoint is the University’s email security service that helps protect faculty and staff from email threats by securing suspect inbound and outbound email.
Starting on Saturday, August 5, 2017, ITS is consolidating systems, and you will receive a new Proofpoint...Read more