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Using Exchange Server 2010 Antispam Tools (part 1) - Enabling Antispam Agents for Hub Transport Servers , Enabling Automatic Updates for the Antispam Signatures
If you want to receive antispam signature updates and IP reputation service updates, you will need to enable antispam updates. You would need to do this on all Hub Transports that receive email from the Internet and Edge Transport servers.
Exchange Server 2007 Management and Maintenance Practices : Postmaintenance Procedures, Reducing Management and Maintenance Efforts
Postmaintenance procedures are designed to quickly and efficiently restore Exchange operations to the environment following any offline maintenance.
Exchange Server 2007 Management and Maintenance Practices : Prioritizing and Scheduling Maintenance Best Practices (part 2) - Weekly Maintenance
Tasks that do not require daily administrative input, but that still require frequent attention, are categorized as weekly maintenance routines. Recommended weekly maintenance routines are described in the following sections.
Exchange Server 2007 Management and Maintenance Practices : Prioritizing and Scheduling Maintenance Best Practices (part 1) - Daily Maintenance
Daily maintenance routines require the most frequent attention of an Exchange administrator. However, these tasks should not take a significant amount of time to perform.
Exchange Server 2007 Management and Maintenance Practices : Best Practices for Performiming Database Maintenance (part 2) - Offline Database Maintenance
As the name implies, offline database maintenance is performed while the database is unavailable to the user community. As such, offline maintenance should be scheduled (whenever possible) during nonbusiness hours.
Exchange Server 2007 Management and Maintenance Practices : Best Practices for Performiming Database Maintenanceng (part 1) - Automatic Database Maintenance
Exchange Server 2007 automatically performs database maintenance procedures on a nightly basis during the scheduled maintenance window. The following tasks are automatically performed by this process
Exchange Server 2007 Management and Maintenance Practices : Auditing the Environment (part 3) - Message Tracking
Of the auditing techniques available in Exchange, message tracking is by far the least resource-intensive and will likely be the most commonly used by administrators.
Exchange Server 2007 Management and Maintenance Practices : Auditing the Environment (part 2) - SMTP Logging
Logging SMTP protocol activity provides administrators with a powerful tool when troubleshooting issues with message delivery. By enabling SMTP logging, administrators can capture the SMTP conversations with email servers during message transport.
Exchange Server 2007 Management and Maintenance Practices : Auditing the Environment (part 1) - Audit Logging - Enabling Event Auditing , Viewing the Security Logs
Audit policies are the basis for auditing events on Windows Server 2003 systems. Administrators must be aware that, depending on the policies configured, auditing might require a substantial amount of server resources in addition to those supporting the primary function of the server.
Qnap TS-251Turbo NAS Review
The modern home NAS solution has evolved over the years into something rather extraordinary. No longer are they simply networked boxes housing a hard drive and serving your collection of media, there's considerably more that the home and small office user demands from a networked storage solution.
Edmail See Without A Camera
With a multi-megapixel camera in every phone, photography has become an integral part of daily life. Suddenly, everyone is a photographer. By one definition, that’s true. By another, it’s not—access to a basket- ball doesn’t a LeBron James make.
Personal Electronics, Tech For Home & Leisure
No price has been set for the new Q21 11.6-inch laptop from Gigabyte, but we anticipate a retail price as low as $200. That would make the Q21 very affordable indeed, as Gigabyte says it will be.
Techdesk Most Wanted 9_2014
While the big players fumble around with getting a smartwatch out the door that we’d actually want, Kickstarter has again, delivered. The Moment Smartwatch has just surged past its funding deadline, with almost US$400,000 raised, of a US$100,000 target. Backers, and we, here, see that it’s a thing that all smartwatches should aspire to be.
Essential Kit Battery Grips Review
This plastic-and-rubber battery grip is a good budget choice. Fitting it to the 7D is easy and secure, as the tripod pin attaches smoothly to the base of the camera. All the buttons, including the vertical shutter release, are well-placed but are a little awkward.
Top 15 Home Appliances Over 15 Years (Part 3) - Small home appliances
Cyclonic centrifugal suction separates the dust particles from the airflow; a double bladed removable floor nozzle ensures more effective dust pick-up; and a power brush with bristles delivers better overall performance on carpets and floors.
Top 15 Home Appliances Over 15 Years (Part 2) - Large home appliances
Designed to match the immersive viewing experience of UHD TVs, this home theater system delivers 9.1-channel immersive sound, adding 4 vertical surround speakers to the typical 5.1ch set-up.
Buyers’ Guide – Tablets: When Size Matters (Part 2)
Like smartphones and other tablets, 25.4cm devices are also available across a wide price range. This display size though won't be available in the below $245 range, also known as the budget range. The iBall Slide mentioned above is priced at around $294.
Buyers’ Guide – Tablets: When Size Matters (Part 1)
One of the reasons for the lack of demand for tablets is their usability. While a phone is carried by everyone from a teenager to senior citizens, many are quite confused whether they should buy a tablet or not.
Almost Here: Self-learning, Self-healing Computers (Part 4)
Another promising sub-project under the European Union's Human Brain Project is the University of Manchester's SpiNNAker — a project that Steve Furber, co-creator of the ARM processor is deeply involved in.
Almost Here: Self-learning, Self-healing Computers (Part 3)
A team at Stanford University, headed by Kwabena Boahen, has also developed brain-inspired microchips, details of which were revealed in an IEEE conference earlier this year.
Almost Here: Self-learning, Self-healing Computers (Part 2)
To make use of these neurosynaptic cores, IBM proposes a programming model based on reusable and stackable building blocks called corelets. IBM's ultimate goal is to build a processing system with 10 billion neurons and 100 trillion synapses drawing just one kilowatt of power.
Almost Here: Self-learning, Self-healing Computers (Part 1)
Seeking to move to the next new frontier of computing, research teams across the world are trying to move away from traditional chip designing methods and radically redesign memory, computation and communication circuitry based on how the neurons and synapses of the brain work.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Implementing Edge Transport Servers - Placement of the Edge Transport Server (part 2) - Configuring EdgeSync
You need to transport this EdgeSync.xml file to the Hub Transport server now. If all file-sharing ports between the perimeter and the internal network are locked down, you may have to use a USB drive, CD-ROM, or a floppy disk (oh, the horror).
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Implementing Edge Transport Servers - Placement of the Edge Transport Server (part 1) - Setting Up the Edge Transport
The Exchange 2010 Edge Transport server role can provide you with an additional layer of email protection between your mail servers and the Internet, with the added advantage of using the same management interface as the rest of Exchange 2010.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Configuring Hub Transport Servers (part 2) - Configuring a Send Connector
For Exchange 2010 to deliver outbound email, a send connector must be created. The send connector is similar to the SMTP connector found in Exchange 2003.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Configuring Hub Transport Servers (part 1)
Out of the box, Exchange Server 2010 will neither send email outside the organization nor receive email from outside. This is a big change from Exchange Server 2003, where outbound email just worked out of the box and inbound email would work if you got your DNS MX records right.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Configuring Anti-Spam and Message Filtering Options (part 4) - Preventing Internal Servers from Being Filtered
Typically, you don't want Exchange to apply Sender ID or connection filters to servers on your organization's network or to internal SMTP servers deployed in a perimeter zone.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Configuring Anti-Spam and Message Filtering Options (part 3) - Defining Block List Exceptions and Global Allow/Block Lists
Sometimes, you'll find that an IP address, a network, or an e-mail address shows up incorrectly on a block list. The easiest way to correct this problem is to create a block list exception that indicates that the specific IP address, network, or e-mail address shouldn't be filtered.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Configuring Anti-Spam and Message Filtering Options (part 2) - Filtering Connections with IP Block Lists
If you find that sender and recipient filtering isn't enough to stem the flow of spam into your organization, you might want to consider subscribing to an IP block list service.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Configuring Anti-Spam and Message Filtering Options (part 1) - Filtering Spam and Other Unwanted E-Mail by Sender, Filtering Spam and Other Unwanted E-Mail by Recipien
Sometimes, when you are filtering spam or other unwanted e-mail, you'll know specific e-mail addresses or e-mail domains from which you don't want to accept messages.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Creating and Managing Remote Domains (part 3) - Configuring Messaging Options for Remote Domains , Removing Remote Domains
Remote domains are used to control how automated messages are used and to specify some types of messaging format options.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Creating and Managing Remote Domains (part 2) - Creating Remote Domains
In the Exchange Management Shell, you can use the New-RemoteDomain cmdlet to create remote domains. Example 2 provides the syntax and usage. The way you set the –DomainName parameter determines whether the remote domain includes subdomains.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Creating and Managing Remote Domains (part 1) - Viewing Remote Domains
You can use the Get-RemoteDomain cmdlet to list remote domains or to get information on a particular remote domain. If you do not provide an identity with this cmdlet, configuration information for all remote domains is displayed.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Creating and Managing E-Mail Address Policies (part 3) - Editing and Applying E-Mail Address Policies , Removing E-Mail Address Policies
You can manage e-mail address policies in several different ways. You can edit their properties or apply them to rewrite e-mail addresses automatically for each recipient to which the policy applies.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Creating and Managing E-Mail Address Policies (part 2) - Creating E-Mail Address Policies
In the Exchange Management Shell, you create and apply e-mail address policies using separate tasks. You can create e-mail address policies using the New-EmailAddressPolicy cmdlet.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Creating and Managing E-Mail Address Policies (part 1) - Viewing E-Mail Address Policies
You can use the Get-EmailAddressPolicy cmdlet to list e-mail address policies or to get information on a particular e-mail address policy. If you do not provide an identity with this cmdlet, configuration information for all e-mail address policies is displayed.
Windows 7 : Programming Multiple I/O Queues and Programming I/O - WatchDog Timer: Self-Managed I/O
Some drivers perform I/O activities that are not related to queued I/O requests or must be synchronized with activities of WDM drivers in the same device stack. For example, a driver might maintain a timer that monitors the status of its device.
Windows 7 : Programming Multiple I/O Queues and Programming I/O - Reading and Writing the Registry
KMDF includes numerous methods with which a driver can read and write the registry. These methods enable the driver to create, open, and close a registry key, and to query, change, and delete the values of keys and individual data items within them.
Windows 7 : Programming Multiple I/O Queues and Programming I/O - Retrieving Requests from a Manual Queue
To remove the next item from a manual queue, a driver calls WdfIoQueueRetrieveNextRequest with a handle to the queue and a pointer to a location to receive the handle to the request.
Windows 7 : Programming Multiple I/O Queues and Programming I/O - Handling Requests from a Parallel Queue
KMDF delivers I/O requests from a parallel queue by calling the appropriate callback function that the driver registered for the queue. For example, the PCIDRV sample configures its parallel device I/O control queue, which accepts only WdfRequestTypeDeviceControl requests, with an EvtIoDeviceControl callback.
 
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