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    A screenshot is worth a thousand posts.
    Its "In URLS Pass list."
    Whats in the pass list?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmorris View Post
    A screenshot is worth a thousand posts.
    Its "In URLS Pass list."
    Whats in the pass list?
    Here's the blocked sites



    Here's the pass sites


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    You need to remove "google.com" from the pass list.
    That passes all google.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmorris View Post
    You need to remove "google.com" from the pass list.
    That passes all google.com
    So they can't access google if I do that? But they are allowed to use google.

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    Quote Originally Posted by justasking View Post
    But they are allowed to use google.
    OK, lets take a step back for a minute.
    This has nothing to do with time of day, policy manager, web cache, or anything else.

    You are trying to block them from mail.google.com. It sounds like you are blocking all sites, except explicitly passed ones.
    So you passed google.com

    mail.google.com is a subdomain and therefore is matched by "google.com" pass list entry.
    www.google.com is also a subdomain and also allowed. video.google.com is also allowed.
    effectively "mail.google.com" in inside the huge set of sites that is allowed when you allow "google.com"

    Now, if you DONT want to allow mail.google.com, then dont allow "google.com"
    Or you can add "(\?>!mail.)google.com" to your passlist instead which will eventhing google.com EXCEPT mail.google.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmorris View Post
    OK, lets take a step back for a minute.
    This has nothing to do with time of day, policy manager, web cache, or anything else.

    You are trying to block them from mail.google.com. It sounds like you are blocking all sites, except explicitly passed ones.
    So you passed google.com

    mail.google.com is a subdomain and therefore is matched by "google.com" pass list entry.
    www.google.com is also a subdomain and also allowed. video.google.com is also allowed.
    effectively "mail.google.com" in inside the huge set of sites that is allowed when you allow "google.com"

    Now, if you DONT want to allow mail.google.com, then dont allow "google.com"
    Or you can add "(\?>!mail.)google.com" to your passlist instead which will eventhing google.com EXCEPT mail.google.com
    That's a big help.

    Btw, where can I learn commands like (\?>!mail.) , I would like to expand my knowledge using UTM. Thanks!

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    Its a regular expression.
    http://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs...x/Pattern.html
    That is called a negative lookbehind.

    I would not recommend this approach in general.
    You will generally find that blocking all sites except certain sites is difficult.
    Thats why we offer categories to help with blocking categories of sites and reports to monitor web usage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmorris View Post
    Its a regular expression.
    http://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs...x/Pattern.html
    That is called a negative lookbehind.

    I would not recommend this approach in general.
    You will generally find that blocking all sites except certain sites is difficult.
    Thats why we offer categories to help with blocking categories of sites and reports to monitor web usage.
    Thanks once again.

    I'll try this for the mean time, I'll monitor and post some results. Hopefully a good one.

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    I think my problem is solved!

    Thank you dmorris for helping me out.

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