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How to uninstall the IMF v1 from the Exchange server

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I would like to install Exchange 2003 SP2 but I have to uninstall the Intelligent Message Filter v1 first.  When I go to "Add or Remove Programs" and I can't find the "Intelligent Message Filter v1" on the program list.  Does anyone know how to uninstall the IMF v1 from the Exchange server?  Thanks,
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That usually means it was installed with a different account than the one you are currently logged in with.

The quickest way to get round the problem is to install IMF V1 again. That will make it appear in Add/Remove programs, and then you can remove it.

Simon.
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Should I disable "Intelligent Message Filtering" from the SMTP property first then reinstall it.  Or it doesn't matter?
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Doesn't matter - at least it hasn't when I have done. Simply install on top.

Simon.
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Thanks,  I will arrange a down time to reinstall it.
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Thanks, it works.
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