Cisco IronPort AsyncOS 7.5 for Email Configuration Guide
After you have logged in, the Monitor > Incoming Mail Overview page is
GUI Sections and Basic Navigation
The GUI consists of the following menus which correspond to functions in your
Cisco IronPort appliance: Monitor, Mail Policies, Security Services, Network,
and System Administration. The following chapters will describe each section,
including the tasks you perform on pages within each section.
Online help for the GUI is available from every page within the GUI. Click the
Help > Online Help link at the top right of the page to access the online help.
You navigate among sections of the interface by clicking the menu headings for
each main section (Monitor, Mail Policies, Security Services, Network, and
System Administration). Within each menu are sub-sections that further group
information and activities. For example, the Security Services section contains the
Anti-Spam section that lists the Anti-Spam pages. Accordingly, when referring to
specific pages in the GUI, the documentation uses the menu name, followed by an
arrow and then the page name. For example, Security Services > SenderBase.
The Monitor section contain pages for the Mail Flow Monitor feature (Overview,
Incoming Mail, Outgoing Destinations, Outgoing Senders, Delivery Status,
Internal Users, Content Filters, Virus Outbreaks, Virus Types, System Capacity,
System Status), Local and External Quarantines, and Scheduled Reports features.
You can also access message tracking from this menu.
Mail Policies menu
The Mail Policies section contains pages for the Email Security Manager feature
(including Mail Policies and Content Filters), the Host Access Table (HAT) and
Recipient Access Table (RAT) configuration, Destination Controls, Bounce
Verification, Domain Keys, Text Resources, and Dictionaries.