Exchange 2003 IMF seems to be turned off, yet says enabled

Posted on 2006-05-30
Last Modified: 2010-03-06
I had the Exchange IMF program installed on our 2003 Server, then applied Service Pack 2 and it broke.  I didn't uninstall it first before applying SP2, I guess.

So I uninstalled IMF from Add/Remove programs, then re-applied Exchange 2003 SP2... and the IMF is still not working.  I have Outlook set to show SCL levels and the IMF is set to archive to a directory (which I use a program to read the archives) and it's all empty, with nothing.. so the filtering is not filtering..

How do I fix this?
Question by:aconway
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    Is it enabled on the SMTP Virtual Server - General/Advanced/Edit/Apply Intelligent Message Filter ?

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