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Table Of Contents

•Before You Begin, page 1-1
•About This Guide, page 1-1
Before You Begin
About This Guide
Where to Go for More Information
IronPort Knowledge Base
IronPort Documentation
Customer Support
Overview of IronPort Email Security
Spam Protection
Virus Protection
Content Compliance
IronPort Email Security Appliance GUI
Email Security Tasks
•Task 1: Drop Positive Spam Messages by Default, page 3-11
Task 1: Drop Positive Spam Messages by Default
Dropping Spam Messages by Default
To drop spam messages by default:
Task 2: Exempt Specified Groups of Users from Spam Filtering
Creating a Mail Policy
Changing the Anti-Spam Settings for a Mail Policy
Task 3: Quarantine Incoming Spam
Configuring the IronPort Spam Quarantine
To configure the IronPort Spam Quarantine:
Enabling the IronPort Spam Quarantine HTTP or HTTPS Service
Configuring the Policy to Send Spam to the IronPort Spam Quarantine
Task 4: Configure End User Safelists and Blocklists
Enabling the End User Safelist/Blocklist on the IronPort Spam Quarantine
Adding Items to the Safelist for an End User Account
Enabling Virus Settings
Task 6: Strip Specified Types of Incoming Email Attachments
Creating a Content Filter
Applying a Filter to an Incoming Mail Policy
Testing the Filter
Task 7: Enforce an Outgoing Email Policy
Enabling RSA Email Data Loss Prevention
Creating a DLP Policy
Enabling a DLP Policy in an Outgoing Mail Policy
Testing the Policy
Task 8: Add a Domain to Accept Mail
Accepting Mail for a Domain
To accept mail for a domain:
Creating an SMTP Route for a Domain
To create an SMTP route for a domain:
Task 9: Add a Disclaimer to Outgoing Mail
Creating a Footer Text Resource
To create a footer text resource:
Associating a Footer with a Private Listener
Task 10: Configure a Scheduled Report
Configuring a Scheduled Report
To configure a scheduled report:
Advanced Tasks
•Task 11: Access the Command Line Interface, page 4-51
Task 11: Access the Command Line Interface
Enabling the CLI
Task 12: Use the CLI
Testing Connectivity
Monitoring the IronPort Appliance and Email Traffic
Configuring the Appliance
Task 13: Retrieve and Use Mail Logs
Viewing Logs
Searching for Content in Logs
Retrieving and Configuring Logs
Task 14: Configure Email Alerts
Configuring Email Alerts
Task 15: Upgrade the IronPort Appliance
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AsyncOS 7.0.1 FCS Getting Started Guide

AsyncOS 7.0.1 FCS Getting Started Guide

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