Chapter 5. Message Security and Hygiene

Security and email go together like peanut butter and chocolate. When your users are sending vital business information through email, you can bet that they're going to want some way to ensure that information can't be intercepted or exposed. Although the basics of securing email haven't radically changed in Exchange Server 2010 since Exchange 2007, the new version gives you many new options over Exchange 2003 that will make your life as an IT professional much easier.

Message hygiene goes hand-in-hand with the topic of security. Email is one of the primary vectors that malicious people use to attack organizations and people. Their goal could be to get users to expose valuable information that can be exploited ...

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