Chapter14 Text Resources
Cisco IronPort AsyncOS 7.5 for Email Configuration Guide
You can use the CLI (
) or the GUI to manage text resources, including:
adding, deleting, editing, importing, and exporting. For information on managing
text resources using the GUI, see Managing Text Resources (GUI), page14-18.
Text resources can contain non-ASCII characters.
Text resources containing non-ASCII characters may or may not display properly
in the CLI on your terminal. To view and change text resources that contain
non-ASCII characters, export the text resource to a text file, edit that text file, and
then import the new file back into the appliance. For more information, see
Importing and Exporting Text Resources as Text Files, page 14-18.
Importing and Exporting Text Resources as Text Files
You must have access to the configuration directory on the appliance. Imported
text files must be present in the configuration directory on the appliance. Exported
text files are placed in the configuration directory.
See AppendixA, “Accessing the Appliance” for more information on accessing
the configuration directory.
To add non-ASCII characters to text resources, add the terms into the text resource
in a text file off the appliance, move that file onto the appliance, and then import
that file as a new text resource. For more information about importing text
resources, see Importing Text Resources, page14-21. For information about
exporting text resources, see Exporting Text Resources, page14-22.
Managing Text Resources (GUI)
You can manage text resources in the GUI on the Mail Policies > Text Resources
page. From the Text Resources page you can add, edit, delete, export, and import
You can define plain text messages for all text resource types, and you can also
define HTML-based messages for some text resource types. For more
information, see Working with HTML-Based Text Resources, page14-22.