Gmail BCC setup with Area 1
For customers using Gmail, setting up Area 1 via BCC is quick and easy. All you need to do is create a content compliance filter to send emails to Area 1 through BCC. The following email flow shows how this works:
To setup Area 1 phishing risk assessment for Gmail:
In the Admin console, go to Menu > Apps > Google Workspace > Gmail > Compliance.
Scroll to Content Compliance and select CONFIGURE.
Add a Content Compliance filter and name it
Area 1 - BCC.
In Email messages to affect, select Inbound.
Select the recipients that you want to send emails to Area 1 via BCC:
- Select Add to configure the expression.
- Select Advanced content match.
In If the above expressions match, do the following, make the following changes:
In Also deliver to select Add more recipients.
- Under Recipients select Add.
- Change the setting to Advanced.
- In Envelope recipient select Change envelope recipient.
- In Replace recipient add the recipient BCC address. For example,
<customer_name>@journaling.mxrecord.io. This address is specific to each customer tenant and can be found in your .
- Make sure that in Spam and delivery options > Do not deliver spam to this recipient is not checked.
- Under Headers select Add X-Gm-Spam and X-Gm-Phishy headers.
- Select SAVE.
Scroll down and select Show options.
- Under Account types to affect select Groups.
- Select SAVE.
Select from the following BCC addresses to process email in the correct geographic location.
|Host||Location||Note||US||Best option to ensure all email traffic processing happens US data centers.||EU||Best option to ensure all email traffic processing happens in Germany, with fallback to US data centers.||EU||Best option to ensure all email traffic processing happens within the EU without fallback to US data centers.||India||Best option to ensure all email traffic processing happens within India.||India||Same as ||India||Best option for companies with a broader Asia presence.||Australia / New Zealand||Best option to ensure all email traffic processing happens within Australia.||Australia / New Zealand||Best option to ensure all email traffic processing happens in Australia, with India and US data centers as backup.|