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Secure Messaging with Microsoft® Exchange Server 2000
Author Paul Robichaux
Pages 432
Disk N/A
Level Int/Adv
Published 02/05/2003
ISBN 9780735618763
ISBN-10 0-7356-1876-3
Price(USD) $49.99
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Learn how to enhance the security of your messaging infrastructure using Exchange Server 2000.

Viruses, spam, and e-mail intruders cost billions of dollars every year. This book delivers the critical information you need to know to help protect your messaging infrastructure in an organization of any size, from the small business to the large enterprise. You gain a fundamental understanding of common security problems, plus inside details, solid advice, and time-tested strategies to enhance server, server/client, client/server, and server/Internet security. Topics include: Fundamentals: • Security algorithms and protocols • Microsoft® Windows® and Exchange architecture • Threat assessment and modeling • Physical and operational security Exchange Server security: • Server security basics • Securely installing Exchange Server • Controlling SMTP relaying and spam • Content control and filtering • Virus control Communications security: • Securing Internet communications • E-mail encryption Client security: • Microsoft Outlook® security • Outlook Web Access security • IMAP and POP security Advanced topics: • Instant Messaging security • Message archiving, retention, and disposal

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