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Proofpoint Targeted Attack Protection (TAP)

Proofpoint Targeted Attack Protection (TAP) Defend Against URL, Attachment and Cloud-Based Threats Targeted Attack Protection (TAP) is built on our next-generation email security and cloud platforms. This gives you a unique architectural advantage. TAP uses static and dynamic techniques to continually adapt and detect new cyber-attack patterns. We analyze potential threats using multiple approaches to…

Phishing Email Tips

Phishing Email Tips   • Avoid strangers, check name and email address • Don’t rush, be suspicious of emails marked “urgent” • Notice mistakes in spelling and grammar • Beware of generic greetings, “dear sir/ma’am” • Don’t be lured by incredible “deals” • Hover over the link before you click to ensure it has a…

Troubleshoot Exchange Web Services (EWS)

Troubleshoot Exchange Web Services (EWS) EWS is a built-in component that is almost always enabled. It is a service that enables other applications and services to communicate with Exchange to obtain mailbox information such as calendaring and contact data. It can also be used for bulk data requests, such as moving data out of a…

Autodiscover Overview

Autodiscover Overview The Autodiscover component is responsible for helping clients locate Exchange services (such as EWS). It greatly improves the user experience, most often during the initial setup of client computers and mobile devices (by auto-populating profile information). Let’s look at the three parts of Autodiscover to walk through how it works. In the screen…

Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 Troubleshoot Authentication

Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 Troubleshoot Authentication Many Exchange administrators have been in a scenario where a user reports that they are getting prompted for their credentials by Outlook. Sometimes the prompting is endless, even if the correct credentials are typed in. Other times, a prompt is unexpected (such as after Outlook has been running for…

Adding SMTP Routes in IronPort

How to add an SMTP Route in IronPort Step 1:  Click Add Route on the Network > SMTP Routes page. The Add SMTP Route page is displayed: Step 2:  Enter a receiving domain. This can be a hostname, domain, IPv4 address, or IPv6 address. Step 3:  Enter a destination host. This can be a hostname,…

IronPort SMTP Routes Overview

IronPort SMTP Routes Overview SMTP Routes allow you to redirect all email for a particular domain to a different mail exchange (MX) host. For example, you could make a mapping from example.com to groupware.example.com. This mapping causes any email with @example.com in the Envelope Recipient address to go instead to groupware.example.com. The system performs an…

Mail Flow in Exchange Server 2016

Exchange Server 2016 Mail Flow Routing in the Mailbox Transport Service Similar to the Transport service, the Mailbox Transport service builds the routing table based on information from the AD DS. The Mailbox Transport service also uses delivery groups for message routing. The Mailbox Transport service always belongs to the same delivery group as the…

Overview of Spam-Filtering Features

Overview of Spam-Filtering Features The spam-filtering functionality available on the Mailbox server role is not enabled by default. If you do not have an SMTP gateway, Exchange Edge Transport server, or online anti-spam solution, you should enable spam filtering in Exchange Server 2016. To enable and configure anti-spam filtering in Exchange 2016, you should use…

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