Exchange/Messaging


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.

Plug Pulled on Eudora

The Eudora e-mail software has been around nearly 20 years, long before the Internet became a household word. Now, with its glory days behind, its owner is calling it quits.

Spamhaus Project To Appeal $12M Judgment

An anti-spam group plans to appeal a federal court ruling that could jeopardize its domain name after ignoring a lawsuit earlier on jurisdictional grounds.

Anti-Spam Group Appeals U.S. Judgment

Anti-spam group facing possible loss of domain name plans to appeal $12M judgment.

Beta Dates Set for Windows Mobile Exams

Long beta testing phases planned for exams aimed at Windows Mobile application developers.

EU Rejects Spam Maker's Trademark Bid

Hormel Foods loses bid to trademark the word known more commonly through frequent usage as "unsolicited e-mails."

Virginia Court Upholds First Felony Spammer Conviction

The Virginia Court of Appeals on Tuesday upheld the nation's first felony conviction of illegal spamming.

The Summer of Lockdown

Securing files, e-mails, Web sites and crazy soccer fans is a tall order.

HTTP Traffic Cop

Major enhancements to ISA Server 2006 include better bandwidth controls and improved monitoring.

Microsoft Bloggers: A Who's Who

Mary Jo lists her 10 favorite blogs by Microsoft employees.

Google Bundles Free Apps for Offices

Starting Monday, Google will offer Google Apps for Your Domain, a free package of programs for businesses, universities and other organizations.

New-Generation Exchange 2007 Exams Coming Soon

Microsoft hints at structure of Exchange Admin track of exams, currently in development phase.

IBM Open Source Roadmap: Beyond Linux

IBM executives Tuesday rolled out a roadmap for the company's investment in new open source areas beyond Linux, in a continuing but quiet assault on Microsoft's territory: the desktop.

IBM Challenges Microsoft with Sametime for Linux

In a move clearly aimed at Microsoft, IBM announced it has ported its enterprise instant messaging client to run atop Linux on the desktop and plans to have a Linux server product out next year.

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