Deploying Microsoft Forefront Protection 2010 for Exchange by Yuri Diogenes, Thomas W. Shinder Dr

By Yuri Diogenes, Thomas W. Shinder Dr

Get centred, real-world information for making plans and enforcing leading edge safeguard for trade Server--and support defend company e mail from viruses, junk mail, phishing, and coverage violations. Guided via key participants of the Microsoft vanguard staff, you will delve into process elements, beneficial properties, and features, and step via crucial making plans and layout issues. Deployment situations for vanguard safety for trade contain the sting server, to examine e mail getting into and out of the company community; alternate Hub shipping Server, to examine electronic mail relocating in the association; and mailbox servers, to examine the contents of the person email packing containers and supply real-time safety opposed to malicious attachments.

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30 CHAPTER 2 Installing and Configuring Forefront Protection for E xchange Server The second group of options is Engines And Performance. This group has the same set of options that were defined in the “Mailbox Realtime” section of this chapter, and have the same applicability for Mailbox store. The third group of options is Schedule. This group allows you to enable the schedule and to configure the day of the week, the frequency of the scans, and the time that the scan jobs should run. By default, this option is disabled.

The filter will be using the content of the From field within the email message; it cannot use the content of the To field. The Sender-Domain filter is available for all scan jobs. To create a SenderDomain file filter that meets Contoso’s security policy needs: 48 CHAPTER 2 Installing and ­Configuring Forefront Protection for ­E xchange Server 1. On the Forefront Protection For Exchange console, under Policy Management, under Filters, select the Filter Lists option. 2. Click Create. 3. On the New Filter List page of the Filter Wizard, select Sender-Domain, and then click Next.

FIGURE 2-31 NOTE If you have multiple FPE servers, you can export the key by clicking Export and then import the keys on another FPE by clicking Import. The fifth group of options is called Content Filter. This feature uses the Cloudmark ­ ntispam engine to analyze email messages and stamp them. During the stamping process, A the engine adds the Spam Confidence Level (SCL) of the message. The SCL ratings fall into one of three ranges: between -1 and 0, between 5 and 7, and between 8 and 9. The first range (-1 and 0) means that the message is clean (no spam), the second range (5 through 7) means that the message is suspected spam, and the last range (8 and 9) indicates certain spam.

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