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Microsoft has released a white paper that explains how to reduce the number of unsolicited commercial e-mail messages (UCEs) that your organization receives by using Microsoft Exchange Server Intelligent Message Filter. To view the complete white paper, visit the following Microsoft Web site:
Note UCEs are also known as spam or junk e-mail messages.
Based on Microsoft SmartScreen technology, Intelligent Message Filter provides advanced server-side message filtering and heuristics-based message analysis.
This document explains the Intelligent Message Filter topology and shows how it integrates with the anti-junk e-mail message features of Exchange and Microsoft Outlook to reduce the number of unsolicited commercial e-mail messages that your organization receives.