Sophos puremessage not updating
(This utility alone blocks between 30,000 and 250,000 spam messages daily.) Spam blocking should protect us from systems dedicated to generating spam.The chance of it rejecting a real piece of email is very small.KB4013429 was installed before exchange and everything is working fine. Very few of my 600 users have Enterprise CALs and the cost would be stunning to add it. Also a message from Jordan Zielin (if I may quote him): This is silly.This is clearly a bug and instead of trying to sell Office365 crap fix the problem. :) It cost more and this stuff isnt’ hard to run in house. 1) No one installed an edge server and used MS’s built in protection.
It will also manage update sources (but not allow monitoring or configuration of policies) for a number of other platforms such as Netware and various flavours of unix.First of all open up the Puremessage administration console.Expand “Configuration” then expand “Transport (SMTP) Scanning policy” Now click on the “Disclaimers” item.Our first line of defense is a set of remote blocking lists that are maintained by various spam-fighting organizations (for example, Spamhaus).
These lists consist of computers and servers that are either known spam sources or known to be vulnerable to spam operations. Drexel also maintains its own additional blocking list, which is based on the largest-volume spammers that get through to our servers.Also, we’ve had no major outages in years and MS cloud stuff have massive outages 2 times in the last few weeks! You do an edge server and use a 3rd party spam/antivirus 2) KB4013429 did blow up my edge server and this is the only post I’ve seen about it and this is over a week after KB4013429 was released. We are still running exchange 2016 edge on windows 2016.