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Exchange Intelligent Message Filter - how can i see items blocked?

Posted on 2008-06-24
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Exchange Intelligent Message Filter is blocking email.  Can anyone tell me where i can look at blocked email.

Thanks terry
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if the setting is set to archive then they should be in the "UceArchive" folder on the server.
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Hi
Thanks for help but I cant seem to find the download for Intelligent Message Filter Archive Manager for Exchange 2007.
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I thought you were using Exchange 2003.
In Exchange 2007 IMF is called Content Filter agent
you might want to check http://exchangepedia.com/blog/2007/02/exchange-2007-content-filter-how-to_07.html
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Hi
Thanks again for info, but this last one just seems to talk about setting thresholds and writing a Gui.  Is there not a Microsoft built in Gui for me to see the messages?

Thanks Terry
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I am not aware of any such tool.
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Hi Thanks again for help.

From what I have learnt it seems that the UceArchive folder no longer exists in Exchange 2007, and insted you can set up a mailbox to receive the quarantined items.
Therefore the items deleted or rejected are not kept anywhere.

is this all correct?

Thanks Terry
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Yes.
in deleted items the items are deleted immediately and items rejected are not accepted.
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Great thanks
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