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I have setup and Exchange server 2003 on a windows 2003 domain. The exchange server is not a domain controller. I'm having an issue with spam and I was wondering is there any software that I can load on the server to assist with this. I set the IMF but that don't seem to help too much. I hear that exchange 2007 is more secure, but I'm not ready to make that change at this point. Any help and advise is appreciated.
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Check the message and see where it is originating from?
do a message tracking and see if its smtp or store submission.
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Have you tried to add some RBLs?
I normally use zen.spamhaus.org and bl.spamcop.net.

http://www.petri.co.il/block_spam_with_exchange_2003.htm
In this article you have also mentioned some 3dr party antispam products.
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by:Naushad shaikh
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Kindly help ,is your server geeting spam mail or spammer use your server to send spam mail
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Thanks this seems to have fixed the issue.
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