The problem with a simple-to-use mail server is that sometimes simplicity is deceptive. Being a good 'net citizen means battening down all your services. Follow along as Dee-Ann LeBlanc covers the basics of securing Exchange.
Articles by Dee-Ann LeBlanc
July 26, 2002
July 09, 2002
Sendmail's still a popular mail server, but configuring it (let alone securing it) is sometimes considered a black art. Dee-Ann LeBlanc covers the best ways to clobber viruses, block spam, and close that relay you didn't know was open.