Category: Exchange Server

Tutorial about installing Microsoft Forefront Security for Exchange Server 2007

Microsoft Forefront Security for Exchange Server integrates multiple scan engines from industry-leading security firms into a comprehensive, layered solution, helping businesses protect their Microsoft Exchange Server messaging environments from viruses, worms, spam, and inappropriate content. In this post i documented the installation of Microsoft Forefront Security for Exchange 2007 in the form of a tutorial….



Installing Microsoft Exchange 2007 SP1 on Windows Server 2008 x64

Yep, today is a geeky freaky day. I’ll install an Exchange 2007 SP1 on a Microsoft Windows Server 2008 x64 Datacenter. Unfortunately the whole Microsoft Exchange Server will be installed on one single server. From the security perspective this setup is not recommended, anyway, that’s the way to go.. Starting position is: a Server with…




Microsoft Exchange 2007: using Content Filter to fight Spam / Junk using Codepages

Spam filtering involves analyzing various pieces of information. The email itself is of course one full bag. The SMTP command parameters and DNS also contribute their share. Today we look at just one piece of the puzzle, the language used to author an email or more precisely the character set. Before moving further, I will…




Exchange/Outlook: A security certificate has expired or is not yet valid

A self-signed Microsoft Exchange 2007 Security Certificate is valid for a period of one year. After this period you’re required to re-issue a new certificate. This can be done using EMS (Exchange Management Shell) and the New-ExchangeCertificate CommandLet (cmdlet). If you do not update / reissue the certificate, Outlook will complain about this issue displaying…