Microsoft receives approximately 13 million message submission attempts from the Internet on an average business day—and blocks over 10.5 million of these as not legitimate.
One way Microsoft achieves reliable messaging protection is by deploying Exchange Server 2007 Edge Transport servers and Forefront Security for Exchange Server in its own production environment.
In the October issue of TechNet Magazine, Kay Unkroth begins a two-part series that discusses the anti-spam and antivirus agents available with Exchange Server 2007 and Forefront Security for Exchange Server. In this first installment, Kay builds a test lab that mirrors the messaging protection system at Microsoft and explains how it works.
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In the November issue of TechNet Magazine, Kay Unkroth completes her two-part series looking at the anti-spam