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Nov 7 2016   4:27PM GMT

poison mailbox

Margaret Rouse Margaret Rouse Profile: Margaret Rouse

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Exchange 2010

A poison mailbox is a corrupted mailbox on the Exchange Server that causes disruptions on the Exchange database store. Continued…

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“There is no doubt that email can be problematic in businesses, particularly in large enterprises. The sheer volume of email messages, sprawling distribution lists and the unsuitability of using email to transfer and collaborate on documents are real issues.” – Paul Cunningham

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Related Terms
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010
registry key
email spoofing
Exchange 2013 Poison Message Queue
Sender Policy Framework

Related Tags
Microsoft Exchange Server administration tools
Email and messaging threats

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