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I am testing my company's emails through the pivotal veracity system to make sure we're getting the best deliverability we can. When checking the spam rules, we keep triggering the BOGUS_THREAD rule, which, while low points on it's own, triggers other rules that add to the points. I've been able to...
In exchange server 2003, is there a way to know if someone has been accessing e-mails illegally? Could we find that out through some log files. Is there some kind of security software that needs to be installed or is it standard out of the box with 2003.