These Global Outbound Policies are activated by default for all domains and they cannot be modified.
As the global policies cannot be edited, they will always have the highest priority and be applied before any other policies.
The Global Outbound Virus Policy prevents known viruses \ malware being sent from the TMES environment.
The Global Spam or Phish Policy detects any messages being sent via TMES that could be interpreted as Spam \ Phishing and directs these to a special delivery channel. This is to prevent prevent the primary TMES outbound servers from being blacklisted by third-party Real-time Blackhole Lists (RBLs).
For more information about the default policies of TMES and the default actions that are configured for them, refer to the KB article: Default policies of Trend Micro Email Security (TMEMS).