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You can now configure your appliance to remediate the messages manually using the Search and Remediate feature. This feature provides the capability to search for the messages using the Message Tracking filter and apply remedial action on the messages.
For more information, see the “Remediating Messages in Mailboxes” chapter in the user guide or online help.
You can use the Cisco Success Network (CSN) feature to send your appliance and feature usage details to Cisco. These details are used by Cisco to identify the appliance version and the features activated but not enabled on your appliance.
The ability to send your appliance and feature usage details to Cisco helps an organization to:
- Improve the effectiveness of the product in user networks by performing analytics on collected telemetry data and suggesting users with recommendations using a digital campaign.
- Improve user experience with Cisco Email Security gateway.
For more information, see the “Integrating with Cisco Threat Response" chapter in the user guide or online help.
You can now connect your appliance to Cisco Threat Response using a proxy server.
You can configure a proxy server in any one of the following ways:
- Security Services > Service Updates page in the web interface.
- updateconfig > setup subcommand in the CLI.
For more information, see the “System Administration” chapter in the user guide.
Dusk Mode is a reversed color scheme that utilizes light-colored typography, UI elements, and iconography on dark backgrounds.
You can now access the new web interface of your appliance using the dusk mode.
To switch to the dusk mode, click on the user icon on the top-right corner of the new web interface and select Dusk Theme.
For more information, see the “Setup and Installation” chapter in the user guide.
You can now choose the APJC data center - "APJC (api.apj.sse.itd.cisco.com)" as the Cisco Threat Response server to connect your appliance to Cisco Threat Response.
For more information, see the “Integrating with Cisco Threat Response” chapter in the user guide or online help and the CLI Reference Guide for AsyncOS for Cisco Email Security Appliances.
The How-Tos is a contextual widget that provides in-app assistance to users in the form of walkthroughs to accomplish complex tasks on your appliance.
The following are the walkthroughs that are added in this release:
- Prevent Accidental Leak of Financial Data
- Allow Phishing Awareness Campaign Messages to Bypass Scanning Engines
The list of walkthroughs is cloud update-able. Make sure that you clear your browser cache to view an updated version of the How-Tos widget and pop-up window.
For more information, see the “Accessing the Appliance” chapter in the user guide or online help and the CLI Reference Guide for AsyncOS for Cisco Email Security Appliances.
To view the complete list of walkthroughs supported in each release, see Walkthroughs Supported in AysncOS for Cisco Email Security Appliances.
AsyncOS 13.5.1 Release Notes (https://cs.co/13_5_1_release_notes)
- (All) Secure Email Release Notes
- (All) Secure Email User Guides
- (All) Command Line Reference Guides
- Compatibility Matrix for Cisco Content Security Management Appliances
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