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Email authentication via DKIM in Exchange Server with ExSBR


DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) is an email authentication method designed to detect email spoofing. It allows the receiver to check that an email claimed to have come from a specific domain was indeed authorized by the owner of that domain. The two main components of DKIM are cryptography and DNS. DNS is used to publish … Read more

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Where do I need to install the ExSBR Agent for Sender Based Routing?


One of the most discussed problems at our support hotline is, where to install our ExSBR transport agent to implement sender based routing in an Exchange Server organization. This question is easy to answer for most customer situations, but the answers are sometimes hard to understand. In General, we need ExSBR to be installed on … Read more

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Compliance Routing for Exchange Server with messageconcept ExSBR


Many companies and authorities need to fulfill a complex compliance rule set. They use secure email gateways to apply the policy between their internal email systems and external networks, such as the Internet. Typical vendors for secure email gateways are: Barracuda Cisco Clearswift FireEye McAfee Microsoft Mimecast Proofpoint Sophos Symantec Trend Micro Websense Some of … Read more

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ExSBR and shared address spaces in Microsoft Exchange Server (split domain scenarios)


If some recipients of a specific SMTP domain are hosted on your Exchange Server and others are hosted on another (external) system, you are sharing an SMTP address space between different email servers. A good example for the shared address space scenario is the hosting of free email addresses (Gmail, GMX…) in Exchange Server. For … Read more