The Sophos™ Email Appliance offers the best and most reliable gateway protection, while setting a new standard for effective and efficient management. Sophos appliances draw on twenty years of experience in enterprise threat management, delivering world-class threat protection in a compact and easy-to-manage format.
The Email Appliance is an appliance for filtering email. It provides tools for routing incoming and outgoing mail, configuring policies for email processing, monitoring mail flow, and allowing end-user access to a message quarantine.
The ES1000, ES1100, ES4000, ES5000, and ES8000 are high-performance appliances that are designed to handle a large volume of email traffic.
The Dashboard tab provides a quick overview of Email Appliance activity and status in six panels.
The Configuration tab provides access to pages for setting system options and performing administrative tasks.
The Reports tab provides performance statistics in the form of graphs and tables.
Use the Search tab to search the quarantine and logs. Select the type of search to perform from the top drop-down list on the Search In sidebar. Different Search Parameters are displayed, depending on the type of search selected.
The System Status tab lets you monitor the health and performance of the Email Appliance.
The help system provides several tools for getting answers quickly while using the Email Appliance.
The purpose of this guide is to assist you with the basic configuration steps in the Sophos™ Email Appliance Setup Wizard and some essential post-configuration tasks.
To ensure the functionality of the Sophos™ Email Appliance, configure your network to allow access on the ports listed below.
Browsers supported by the Email Appliance.
You can create a web service that integrates with your existing authentication system to issue SPX passwords.
Certain predefined policy variables are available for use in banners and headers. Others can be used only with certain types of rules. In addition, there are variables that are designed specifically for use in the SPX Template wizard.
A warning message was displayed because you have edited the text on the Recipient Instructions page of the SPX Template Wizard, and it no longer matches the end user password options selected on the Password Options page of the wizard.
The following pages describe the various pop-up dialog boxes that are used throughout the Email Appliance administrator web interface.
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