How to Disable SMTP & ESMTP Packet Inspection on a Cisco Box?

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Inspection can be implemented in one of two ways on IOS, so the solution is going to be different depending on which one you're using. The older solution (Context-based Access Control or CBAC) is most common. The command you've given is issued in the
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