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When a virus gets loose in your Microsoft Exchanger server, its imperative to make a clean sweep of the Message Transfer Agent (MTA) and remove the virus from the system.
Find out how to clean up your Microsoft Exchanges Internet Mail Service after it has been infected with a virus.
Microsofts Security Update for Outlook protects e-mail clients by limiting the accessibility of attached files and preventing other programs from accessing your address book or sending e-mail on your behalf.
Microsofts Exmerge.exe utility is invaluable when your Exchange Server has been attacked by a virus (like Melissa or the Love Bug) and there are thousands of unwanted e-mail messages in your system that need to be removed quickly.
The worst happened: an e-mail virus has hit your network. Isscan.exe will help you remove infected attachments from your Exchange Server databases while you wait for the updated signature files from your antivirus vendor.
Get rid of the mail but keep the mailbox--all without logging on to the account.
The Exchange Administrator Directory Export/Import Utility can be an invaluable tool to help manage and secure your Exchange data--especially when automated.
Are your employees spending their Internet time productively, or are they visiting some unsavory sites? Secure Computing's SmartFilter can help you guide their Web wanderings.
If your MTA becomes corrupt, you may have serious problems. It pays to be familiar with both the quick fix and the more involved solutions.
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