Tuesday, 3 February 2009

Change the Anti-Spam Setting in SBS 2008

SBS 2008 has the Intelligent Message Filter (IMF) enabled by default, so out of the box mail will be filtered and the default behaviour is block rather than quarantine.  One of our customers had some missing mails so I needed to adjust this and Microsoft’s very own SBS expert Dave Overton had done a neat little blog entry that sorted it out in a few clicks:

http://uksbsguy.com/blogs/doverton/archive/2008/05/30/how-to-change-spam-settings-on-exchange-2007-sbs-2008-to-enable-some-all-more-spam-to-be-delivered-to-an-account-for-analysis.aspx

Thanks Dave.

 

3 comments:

Darren Woodford said...

That link no longer works. Any chance you could post the gist of it here please?

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