You can modify Secure Email Proxy through the command line using setup.sh. The proxy automatically restarts when you change its configuration. The default location of setup.sh is as follows:
The usage is as follows:
Table: Setup.sh options and tools
Installs Secure Email Proxy and its related packages.
See Installing and registering Secure Email Proxy.
Uninstalls Secure Email Proxy.
Before uninstalling Secure Email Proxy, ensure that proxy is not part of a cluster, and you have removed the proxy from Mobility Manager.
See Unregistering Secure Email Proxy.
See Uninstalling Secure Email Proxy.
Upgrades Secure Email Proxy.
If the email proxy is registered with Mobility Manager and part of a cluster, the upgrade process preserves the settings.
See Upgrading Secure Email Proxy.
Configuration of various Secure Email Proxy parameters, as follows:
Runs the configuration wizard.
The configuration wizard guides you through configuring the network parameters as well as registering the proxy with Mobility Manager.
Configures the network parameters for incoming and outgoing connections to Secure Email Proxy.
Registers Secure Email Proxy with Mobility Manager.
Checks whether the proxy is registered with Mobility Manager.
Retrieves and displays the password for the local proxy database.
Generates a new random password for the local proxy database.
Displays the usage and available parameters for setup.sh.
Displays the version of the proxy software.
See About restricting mobile device access to organizational email.
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