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How do I stop TLS SPAM on Exchange 2007?

I have a Windows 2008 domain that has Exchange 2007 installed. I have a server running a spam filter called LightSpeed (www.lightspeedsystems.com) that has been working well however this new rash of spam, according to the LightSpeed technician, is TLS encrypted and so their filter never sees it. I need to find a way to stop it and need some advice. I can see on the receive connector that TLS is enabled. I only have the one Exchange 2007 server so do I need this to receive SMTP email? If not, how do I properly disable it to stop this spam?


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Or install a spam filter that is tls capable.
dcadlerAuthor Commented:
Both of those links refer to the send connector. My problem is that I am receiving TLS encrypted mail in the form of spam. Is there a similar process for the receive connector?


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