You need to be assigned permissions before you can perform this procedure.To see what permissions you need, see the "Send connectors" entry in the Transport Permissions topic.Some malware can compromise the security of your system, and may capture information you use to connect to other systems such as over the Internet, so we do recommend that Mac users install anti-malware software such as Sophos as a precaution.If you haven't already obtained Sophos you can download it via the following link: Please note: Before installing the Sophos software you must uninstall any other anti-virus software you may have installed on the machine (read the software manufacturer's instructions on how to do this).We also use some non-essential cookies to anonymously track visitors or enhance your experience of the site.To control third party cookies, you can also adjust your browser settings.
The following command is an example of how you can use this cmdlet to update the properties of a Send connector.
Ensure that you have configured antimalware policies before you deploy the Endpoint Protection client.
When you install an Endpoint Protection point, an Endpoint Protection client is installed on the server hosting the Endpoint Protection point.
That's all well and good until you're out of range of wireless and Sophos decides to make one of its every-15-minute updates, and starts eating 100% of your CPU time trying to find a server that isn't there. Now if you right click on the Sophos system tray and select "Configure Updating...", the options will no longer be greyed out.
You can change the update frequency to every 60 minutes, or every 120, or whatever. My math professor complained that my Mathemetica assignments were being sent inline with the rest of the email, and he had to copy-paste the contents out by hand. Turns out Thunderbird embeds "text" (non-binary) attachments inline by default.