What is “Not Safe For Work” email?

Inappropriate Message Content

Despite most workplaces having clear Internet and Email policies implemented by HR and signed by employees during induction; a whole lot of inappropriate messaging still goes on during office hours!

A careless email can damage a reputation and as a result: a termination offence. Most of all inappropriate content include jokes, ethnic slurs, age discrimination, sexual harassment, naked pictures or a leak of company information.

Inappropriate Message Content
Inappropriate Message Content


Since you can’t see it happening, how can you as a HR, IT or Line manager enforce email policies?


6 Tips for Email Compliance Policy
6 Tips for Email Compliance Policy

MailMeter Finds Inappropriate Message Content

3 solution modules for managers:
  1.  Compliance Review – select a list of words to find inappropriate content, analyse each email and compare the body text against the list. Managers or reviewers can easily see who is abusing company policy.
  2. Investigate – search the entire company email archive for inappropriate message content. Authorise investigators, Legal or HR personnel to conduct searches. Searches can be simple or complicated Boolean expressions on groups of users, data ranges, and more.
  3. Insight – over 40 reports show all email activity by user. All reports have full drill down to message content. Also automatically mail reports to managers and end users. Every message sent and received by Sender, Receiver, Domain, Attachments, etc.

Click here to learn how email policy monitoring and compliance can help you.

Mailbox Analyzer Lite