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My organization uses Connection Filtering as well as Content Filtering with Exchange 2007 SP3 as a part of our Anti Spam strategy. We are struggling with a few important external email servers that send us enough spam to get placed on our IP Block List, or send enough spam to get on Internet-based...
I have a exchange 2007 hub transport server and i have noticed when using the content fltering quarantine option there is no notificatio to the sender or recipient that their message has been quarantined. Is there a work around to this to let them know.