If you do not enter a protocol identifier, AMC automatically inserts
the URL. If this is a URL for a secure site, you must
https://protocol identifier. For example, type
The wildcard characters “*” and “?” can be used within address segments
(between periods) of a Matching URL resource. Do not use the “?”
character after the domain name—it indicates a URL query string.
Use wildcard characters in the following situations:
to reference several domains
that begin with
yourcompany and end with
.com, or type
www.yourcompany.* to reference both
- Create an entry, such as
mail*.yourcompany.com, that gives
the user access to anything in the
yourcompany domain that
mail. This example provides access to
but not to
The URL is not case-sensitive.
Due to client operating system limitations, Mobile Connect cannot
convert host name, URL, or domain type resources containing wildcards to
an IP address and, therefore, cannot redirect them to the appliance.
|Path and query string
These options allow you to block email attachments, or prevent a
Web-based application from displaying restricted data by matching a path
element or query string value to a particular URL. SeeExample: Blocking Email Attachments and Example: Restricting Access to Sensitive Data for
The Query string value is case-sensitive, while the Path element is not.