Managing Anti-Spam and Antivirus Features
Applies to: Exchange Server 2007 SP3, Exchange Server 2007 SP2, Exchange Server 2007 SP1, Exchange Server 2007
Topic Last Modified: 2007-08-14
This section provides information that will help you manage anti-spam and antivirus features in Microsoft Exchange Server 2007.
Before you begin to configure the anti-spam and antivirus agents, review the planning concepts in Anti-Spam and Antivirus Functionality.
The following topics explain how to manage the Exchange 2007 anti-spam features:
- Configuring Connection Filtering
- Configuring Content Filtering
- Configuring Recipient Filtering
- Configuring Sender Filtering
- Configuring Sender ID
- Configuring Sender Reputation
- How to Configure Safelist Aggregation
- Configuring and Managing Spam Quarantine
- Microsoft Forefront Security for Exchange Server User Guide
- Protecting Your Microsoft Exchange Organization with Microsoft Forefront Security for Exchange Server
- How to Configure Proxy Settings for WinHTTP
The following topics explain how to manage the Exchange 2007 antivirus features:
Spam filtering is enhanced by or is also available as a service from Microsoft Exchange Hosted Services. Exchange Hosted Services is a set of four distinct hosted services:
Hosted Filtering, which helps organizations protect themselves from e-mail-borne malware
Hosted Archive, which helps them satisfy retention requirements for compliance
Hosted Encryption, which helps them encrypt data to preserve confidentiality
Hosted Continuity, which helps them preserve access to e-mail during and after emergency situations
These services integrate with any on-premise Exchange servers that are managed in-house or Hosted Exchange e-mail services that are offered through service providers. For more information about Exchange Hosted Services, see Microsoft Exchange Hosted Services.