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12.03.2004 - E-mail messages that contain a virus remain in the SMTP local delivery queue after you configure Intelligent Message Filter in Exchange Server 2003 (KB883522)



View Microsoft-Exchange related news. After you install and configure Microsoft Exchange Intelligent Message Filter on your Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 computer, e-mail messages that contain a computer virus or a worm program are not permanently deleted. Instead, these e-mail messages remain in the SMTP local delivery queue in Exchange 2003 until they time out.

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NID: 4801 / Submitted by: TACKtech Team
Categories: Email Applications, Internet Applications, Microsoft, Patches and Updates, Server Applications
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