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How do i remove a "inspect esmtp" from the global policy map?

Posted on 2007-11-13
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ATI-ASA-2(config-pmap-c)# no inspect esmtp                                      
ERROR: Inspection not installed or parameters do not match


The above error is what I receive.  I want to remove the "inspect esmtp" What am I missing?  When I "sh run" I see it there.  When I use "?" it shows that esmtp is a valid argument.  It is ver8 but it should not have changed that much
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batry_boy earned 125 total points
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That should work as long as your are editing the correct policy and class when execute that command...just tried it on one in the lab and it works fine...I'm running v8.02...
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by:ati-infotech
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don't know man.  I just did it again after a reload and the command worked.  I thought maybe something was buggy but it is just me apparently.   Got it, thanks for confirming what I knew anyway.
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by:dqnet
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That happened to me too :/

Rebooted it and it removed the line fine.. weird.
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