Each appliance (real or virtual) has a set of commands that you can use to configure, optimize, and administer your product. You can execute these commands from an SSH session or from the system console. The help for these commands is presented in Linux man page format.
These help pages use the following Linux man page conventions:
The Symantec Brightmail Gateway man pages contain the following sections:
Options that you can use to control the behavior of a command. Options always begin with one or two dashes, such as -s or --status. Use two dashes for the full term; one dash for the abbreviated term.
Some commands require arguments. Arguments are names of files, host names, IP addresses, and so on that you specify to control the behavior of the command. Not all commands have arguments. Unlike options, you do not precede arguments with dashes.
Use the following commands to navigate through the man pages:
The following commands are available: