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More Spam Protection Added to Exchange 2003

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Microsoft this week announced a “third gate” of spam protection that will be coming in Exchange Server 2003, which is due for release in the middle of this year.

The new feature comes in partnership with software vendors, whose software will use their own algorithms to “score” a message on the probability that the message is spam.

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ENTprovides independent coverage of Microsoft Corp.’s enterprise technologies for CIOs and IT managers who have strategic responsibilities for technology decisions at large organizations. Thousands of enterprises have installed a Windows server infrastructure with Windows clients, and many of those enterprises are in the midst of Windows 2000 migrations. The need for information on new products, techniques and problems with Windows servers is growing rapidly. ENTfills that need with news and opinion about ongoing Windows server problems and developments, and Active Directory migrations tools and strategies. ENTwill also continue its laser-like focus on the platform, bringing readers information about Microsoft’s strategic plans for Windows Datacenter Server, 64-bit Windows, .NET, Windows .NET Server (Whistler), Longhorn and Blackcomb.

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ENTprovides independent coverage of Microsoft Corp.'s enterprise technologies for CIOs and IT managers who have strategic responsibilities for technology decisions at large organizations. Thousands of enterprises have installed a Windows server infrastructure with Windows clients, and many of those enterprises are in the midst of Windows 2000 migrations. The need for information on new products, techniques and problems with Windows servers is growing rapidly. ENTfills that need with news and opinion about ongoing Windows server problems and developments, and Active Directory migrations tools and strategies. ENTwill also continue its laser-like focus on the platform, bringing readers information about Microsoft's strategic plans for Windows Datacenter Server, 64-bit Windows, .NET, Windows .NET Server (Whistler), Longhorn and Blackcomb. WebProNews Writer
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