I have a windows server 2012 Standard hosting a Virtual windows server 2008R2 with exchange 2010. The exchange 2010 is newly operational and was migrated from a Windows 2003 server with exchange 2003. The old exchange server is still operational since the server is also acting as DC and DNS and I didn't want to remove exchange 2003 until i know that all is working properly on the exchange 2010. The exchange 2010 is fully operational all that needs to be done is the removal of the old exchange from the 2003 server.
My issue is that I've activated the built in anti-spam on the exchange 2010 and configured it with some basic settings and things don't seem to be working right. Also when i try to configure settings such as add multiple domains to the "Allow" list, add multiple e-mails to the "Allow" list to bypass filtering.
For example I have the "Reject messages with SCL rating greater than or equal to:" unchecked (See image)
but there are some people who's e-mails still get rejected with my custom rejection error message even though rejection is set to off.(see image)
I've been able to add just one domain to the "Allow List" (BypassedSenderDomains) but every time I try to add multiple ones I get an error message (see image)
stating that one of the values is already present but from looking at the results of the "get-ContentFilterConfig" command that is not the case. (see image)
The command used was "Set-ContentFilterConfig -BypassedSenderDomains example.com,anotherdomain.
.com" (removed original domain names here).
Also when I add a single domain using the "Set-ContentFilterConfig -BypassedSenderDomains example.com" and then run the "get-ContentFilterConfig" to get the settings the previous domain is no longer on the list but the current one added took it's place.
I also cannot add multiple e-mails to the "Allow" List.
Lastly I would like to set the messages with an SCL higher or equal to "7" straight to Outlook's "SPAM" folder when it comes in but can't find how to do it.
Thank you in advance for your help!! It's greatly appreciated!