You must enable a content filtering policy for Symantec Messaging Gateway to evaluate the policy when it scans messages. A content filtering policy is enabled by default when you create it.
See Creating a content filtering policy.
You may want to disable a content filtering policy for any of the following reasons:
You are uncertain as to whether you want to permanently delete the policy.
You are testing and fine-tuning a new content filtering policy.
You created the policy for a condition that has ended (such as an email virus attack). However, you want to retain the policy in case you need it again.
The policy is a template to aid you when you create new policies of similar types.
The Email Content Filtering Policies page shows the status of each content filtering policy using the following symbols:
Green check mark: The policy is enabled.
Black dash: The policy is disabled.
To enable or disable a content filtering policy, you must have Full Administration rights or rights to modify policies.
To enable or disable content filtering policies
In the Control Center, click Content > Policies > Email.
Check the box beside the policy that you want to enable or disable.
Click Enable or Disable.
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