Chapter 1 Managing the Cisco IronPort Email Appliance
How to Use This Guide
Cisco IronPort AsyncOS 7.5 for Email Daily Management Guide
Cisco IronPort AsyncOS for Email Configuration Guide. This guide is
recommended for system administrators who are setting up a new Cisco
IronPort appliance and want to learn about its email delivery features. It
provides instructions on installing the appliance into an existing network
infrastructure and setting it up as an email gateway appliance. It also includes
reference information and configuration instructions for email delivery
features such as the Email Pipeline, Outbreak Filters, content filters, email
encryption, anti-virus scanning, and anti-spam scanning.
Cisco IronPort AsyncOS for Email Advanced Configuration Guide. This
guide provides instructions configuring the advanced features of the Cisco
IronPort appliance. Topics include configuring the appliance to work with
LDAP, creating message filters to enforce email policies, organizing multiple
appliances into clusters, and customizing the listeners on the appliance. In
addition to configuration, this guide provides reference material for advanced
features such as message filter rules and actions, regular expressions used in
content dictionaries and message filter rules, and LDAP query syntax and
Cisco IronPort AsyncOS CLI Reference Guide. This guide provides a detailed
list of the commands in the AsyncOS command line interface (CLI), as well
as examples of the commands in use. System administrators can use this
guide for reference when using the CLI on the Cisco IronPort appliance.
Occasionally, this book refers to the other guides for additional information about
topics. These guides are available on the Documentation CD that came with your
Cisco IronPort appliance as well as the Cisco IronPort Customer Support Portal.
For more information, see Cisco IronPortSupport Community, page 1-6.
How to Use This Guide
Use this guide as a resource to learn about how to manage and monitor your Cisco
IronPort Email Security appliance on a regular basis. The topics are organized in
a logical order. You might not need to read every chapter in the book. Review the
Table of Contents and the section called How This Book Is Organized, page 1-3
to determine which chapters are relevant to your system.
You can also use this guide as a reference book. It contains important information,
such as adding users and using support commands, that you can refer to
throughout the life of the appliance.