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Exchange 2013 Connection Filtering Agent only

Posted on 2016-09-16
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Is there a way on Exchange 2013 to enable ONLY the Connection Filtering Agent/RBL and no other anti-spam filters?  Or the converse, is there a way to disable all anti-spam filters except the Connection Filtering Agent?
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I found this to be a good reference for me...  http://www.careexchange.in/how-to-installenable-and-configure-antispam-in-exchange-2013/

Make sure you read through the comments too.
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I uninstalled the anti-spam agents, but left the connection filter in place.
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Get-transportAgent will give you all the installed agents and if they are enabled or not

You can use Disable-transportagent to disable / stop any agent you don't want running
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I discovered the solution on my own.
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