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See blocked spam messages of Forefront Protection 2010 for Exchange

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Hi,

I'm running an exchange server 2010 and a forefront protection system to keep my mailboxes out of spam. Now the engine of forefront shows me he had blocked 31 messages (connection filtering) and 30 message blocked (smtp filtering).

My question is can: I see the blocked message to check this messages?
I want to check of their aren't important messages in it.

Thanks.
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by:Alan Hardisty
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Yes - if you install Forefront Protection for Exchange Server Console:

http://www.microsoft.com/forefront/serversecurity/exchange/en/us/default.aspx

From there you can view and release / delete the quarantined messages.
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Hi,

I already have the console i think (see screenshot).
Are is it an other console you mean?

Thanks

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That is the console.  If you click on the Quarantine Menu Option, you should see what has been quarantined and from there, you can release anything that needs to be allowed through.
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find it myself
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by:-VanZan-
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Hi,

may I ask you to share the information - how you solved the issue

we checked our quarantine, but the list is emtpy...

Thanks

Van
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by:RemoteTechsLtd
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I am having the same problem, I can't see any of the SMTP blocked emails in the Quarantine section, only the ones that have been blocked as Malware or Virus.
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