A recent increase in email spoofing false positives causing legitimate email to go to Outlook junk folders can be explained by a change in Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection.
A walk-through of configuring Exchange Online Protection to prevent malware and email spam in an Office 365 tenant.
Are Sender Policy Framework (SPF) records in DNS necessary for domains these days?
In this episode of the Exchange Server Pro Podcast my guests Brian Reid and Michael Van Horenbeeck discuss Exchange Online Protection vs 3rd party antispam.
Sender Policy Framework (SPF) allows email administrators to reduce email spoofing of their domain by implementing special DNS records.
How to cut over inbound mail flow for a Hybrid configuration to use Exchange Online Protection for anti-spam and anti-virus protection.
Learn how Sender Policy Framework (SPF) records work to prevent email spoofing, and how you can implement the correct SPF record for your domain.
How to configure an IP block list provider for the connection filter agent on an Exchange 2013 Edge Transport server.
SPAMfighter Exchange Module is an Exchange Server antispam product that combines multiple filter types with cloud-based scanning to protect servers from spam and virus outbreaks.
Some marketers hate the idea that they need permission to enter your inbox. They don’t say it in so many words. They talk about “implied permission”, and their responsibility as marketers to anticipate consumer wants and deliver relevant emails to them. And they think thats what consumers want from them.