Messaging and Spam
With some surveys showing almost 70 percent of corporate e-mail messages are spam, there is clearly no larger issue right now for the Exchange administrator than blocking spam.
That's why you'll find a big focus on spam in this special report on Windows-based e-mail servers.
Riding to the rescue, seemingly, is Microsoft with the delivery of its Intelligent Message Filter (IMF) technology for free to Exchange customers.
In the first article, we take a close look at who IMF is for, who it isn't for, and we make firm recommendations around the technology.
Next, we look at all the features Microsoft is packing into Service Pack 1 for Exchange Server 2003 -- a major change from the way Microsoft used to deliver service packs. While we're thinking about the big picture for Exchange, we take a look at Microsoft's recent decision to kill "Kodiak," it's next-generation version of Exchange.
Finally, we cover some trends industry players are finding relating to spam volume and the CAN-SPAM act.