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How do i enable Edge Transport roles without an Edge Transport

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i have a single server with microsoft exchange 2007. I do not really want to setup a 2nd server for the edge transport roles.

Such as recipient filtering / SPAM

Is there a way to have a single server and still have these functions available to you in Exchange 2007
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You can install the exchange anti spam stuff on hub transport: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/555924.

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Yes. sort of. The hub transport can do some anti-spam but you have to enable it.

http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2006/11/17/431555.aspx
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If you do not have an Edge Transport server, you can configure the Hub Transport server to relay Internet messages directly. You can also install and configure the Edge Transport server agents on the Hub Transport server to provide anti-spam and antivirus protection inside the organization.
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