subindbabu Honored Contributor.
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How to integrate Symantec Bright mail ?

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Hi All,

Can any one tell me that , Symantec Brightmail will support for Smart / CEF / Flex ?. As per my understanding , it should be flex connector ? Is it right ? or any other methods ?

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Actually my customer now specified the device as SMG (Symantec messaging Gateway).For that we have a standard connector...

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Looks like a FlexConnector is needed:

Log format of message audit logs for remote syslog

You have a good level of customization in place, but ultimately it is probably a good idea to have a FlexConnector Syslog parser to process the data at the SmartConnector layer.

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Re: How to integrate Symantec Bright mail ?

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Thanks Paul

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Actually my customer now specified the device as SMG (Symantec messaging Gateway).For that we have a standard connector...

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