The administrator's guide to implementing Exchange Server 2003 security features and tactics Learn how to help protect your messaging infrastructure from attack with this focused guide to Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 security features and tactics. Written by an Exchange Server expert, with insights gleaned directly from the Exchange Server 2003 development team, this guide details new system features and delves into client-server, server-Internet, and server-client security options-all in a single, comprehensive volume. Topics include physical and operational security; threat assessment and modeling; deployment considerations; SMTP relaying; content control/filtering; virus protection; spam; security features for Internet communications and clients, including Microsoft Office Outlookr , Outlook Web Access, IMAP, and POP; intrusion detection/monitoring; backup and recovery; and security auditing. Whether you're a system administrator, a security architect, or a messaging designer that's currently working with Exchange Server 2003, evaluating it, or planning a migration-get the security-focused guidance you need to implement the right solutions for your organization.
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About the Author
Paul Robichaux is an MVP for Exchange Server, author of more than a dozen technical books and countless articles, and a highly regarded contributor to the Exchange Server community.