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Posted on 2008-10-24
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I have installed Exchange 2007 SP 1 on Windows 2008 Server.  Everything is going well, except SPAM.  I did NOT install Edge Transport YET (on second server).

I have read articles and learned that Antispam is integrated in Exchange 2007.  Now, installing AntiSpam Agent is been a failure.

When I start EMS the menu comes up, and I am at powershell C:\window\Systems32.  How would I change the directory to C:\program files.  CD does not work.  (sorry, I am not a programmer but a learner)

I need to install AntiSpamAgents.ps1. (located in c:\program files\microsoft\exchange server\scripts)

The answer could be silly but it is better to learn by asking.
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Running the command from DOS prompt - does not work.  I get the following TXT file
Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.  
#
# THIS CODE IS MADE AVAILABLE AS IS, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND. THE ENTIRE RISK
# OF THE USE OR THE RESULTS FROM THE USE OF THIS CODE REMAINS WITH THE USER.

# Synopsis: Installs and Enable Antispam agents on Bridgehead roles.
#
# The following agents are installed:
#     1) Connection Filtering
#     2) Content Filtering
#     3) Sender ID
#     4) Sender Filter
#     5) Recipient Filter
#     6) Protocol Analysis
#
# This script doesn't take any parameters.
#
# Usage:
#
#    .\install-AntispamAgents

Help is appreciated.
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Well, to change to program files you can do:

cd "C:\Program Files" -- With the quotes

The exchange Anti-Spam is very weak... I would recommend you check out GFI MailEssentials

www.gfi.com
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the command with quotes worked and able to execute the command with some errors.  It is very length.  I checked the Microsoft Exchange Console and Hub Transport did create a tab with Antispam.

My favorite is GFI Mail Essentials, I did use it on Exchange 2003 on Windows 2003.  I did install and never worked.  Later on, I got in touch with GFI and they have confirmed GFI does not support Exchange 2007 x86 (32 bit) - NOT YET>

Thank you for your help.
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