Exchange/Messaging


Exchange 2007, Forefront for Exchange Ship

Long-awaited update to Microsoft messaging platform goes RTM; security suite also gets rolling.

Hacker Toolkit Cloaks Browser Exploits

Plus: Yahoo! e-mail addresses getting rejected by U.K. site, and yet another Microsoft exploit -- this time for PowerPoint.

New E-Discovery Rules Benefit Some Firms

Companies that help businesses track and search their e-mails and other electronic data are experiencing a surge of interest in the wake of federal rule changes that clarify requirements to produce such evidence in lawsuits.

Making Sense of Microsoft Collaboration

The pieces are out there, but fitting them together has proven a long and confusing process.

EU: Spam up to 80 Percent of All E-Mail

Unsolicited e-mails continue to plague Europeans and account for between 50 and 80 percent of all messages sent to mail inboxes, the European Commission said Monday.

Spam Growing in Europe: Report

EU report says that 50-80 percent of all e-mails are junk e-mails, with much of it coming from outside the EU nations.

Free Software Bypasses E-Mail Attachment Limits

There's a new way to send large movie, music and other files without worrying about whether the e-mail systems can handle large attachments.

Vista, Office, Exchange Certs on Track

Microsoft follows product releases with new-generation certifications that focus more on job skills.

Microsoft's New Vista, Office, Exchange Certs on Track

Right on the heels of the releases of Windows Vista and Office 2007 to manufacturing, Microsoft has released some details on its new-generation tracks for those software releases.

Vista, Office 2007, Exchange 2007 To Launch for Businesses Nov. 30

Microsoft will be announcing the volume license availability of Windows Vista on Nov. 30, along with availability of Office 2007 and Exchange Server 2007, a company spokesperson has confirmed.

Shell Game

Microsoft's PowerShell puts scripting power in your hands.

To Outsource -- or Not

For some security chores, outsourcing just might be the right answer.

Vista: 5 Reasons to Deploy; 5 to Delay

Which will you choose?

Aussie Business Fined for Spam

The first company to be convicted under Australia's tough anti-spamming laws was fined Friday 5.5 million Australian dollars for sending 280 million advertising e-mails.

Microsoft Acknowledges One IE7 Flaw, Denies Another

Microsoft today acknowledged that one of two IE7 security flaws alleged by Denmark-based security firm Secunia could leave systems vulnerable.

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