TechEd 2007: Let’s talk about fighting spam with Exchange Server 2007

by Bharat Suneja

If you’re going to be at Microsoft TechEd 2007 in Orlando next week, and are interested in sharing your experiences in fighting spam using Exchange Server’s anti-spam features, here’s a Birds-of-a-feather (BOF) session just for you.

What: BOF session “Fighting Spam With Exchange Server 2007
When: Tuesday, June 5th @ 7:45 PM
Where: Microsoft TechEd, Orlando, FL
What’s a BOF session? : Birds-of-a-feather sessions are not presentations or lectures. These are meant to be interactive discussions, sans the PowerPoint slides and demos you typically see in breakout sessions.
Why so late?: Tuesday night is an all-BOF session night, with no other conference activities. Microsoft will be serving food and drinks.

“Exchange Server 2007 anti-spam features are a significant improvement over previous versions, and come with interesting deployment and topology questions. Are these effective in the fight against spam? This BOF session will be a round table for Exchange administrators to talk about their experiences with Exchange Server 2007 anti-spam features, including issues such as Edge servers, use of IP Block List Providers, and new features and techniques such as Sender Reputation, and Safelist Aggregation.”
Audience: IT Professional

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