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Push pull email SBS 2003

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I have heard that setting up Push email from a SBS 2003 server can create many security holes and that it is recommended to have seperate servers with Server 2003 and Exchange 2003. Is this the case?


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Tim
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Some may argue that SBS would be more secure, as the wizards will keep the install secure, where exchange and Windows someone may over look a setting. What were their arguments that it was insecure?
 Have you looked at the MS whitepaper on setting up Push /Pull on SBS?
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 David
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I havent no, ill try and find it and have a read.

ill also ask the person who told me it was insecure for reasons behind their statement and post them up.
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Generally those who say that its better to have separate servers don't understand that SBS is designed to be all on one server securely.  SBS has technologies that separate servers don't have, so in most cases, as long as you deploy an SBS correctly, in the manner in which it was designed, it will be a secure envirionment.

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