Intelligent Message Filtering  
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dula





PostPosted: Tue Mar 21 09:46:04 CST 2006 Top

Exchange Servers Setup >> Intelligent Message Filtering

Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 2
Microsoft Fax service on the same mailserver.
Faxes are routed through e-mail to a recipient within our domain.
All over sudden, a great deal of incoming faxes are getting a SCL of 5 or
more and hece are moved to junk-mail folders. I think it started since SP2,
but have no real proof, so that's not sure. It's not a big deal, a bit
annoying at the most, but one likes to understand what happens :o)
Anyone any suggestions ?
TIA
Rudy Steyaert

Exchange Server13  
 
 
Bharat





PostPosted: Tue Mar 21 09:46:04 CST 2006 Top

Exchange Servers Setup >> Intelligent Message Filtering Do the faxes have a particular keyword in the subject or body? If yes, you
can try using the Custom Weighting feature to raise/drop SCL based on it.
Check SP2 Release Notes on syntax for creating the
MSExchange.UceContentFilter.xml file.
http://download.microsoft.com/download/f/b/5/fb5c54af-fe5c-48e9-be97-f9e8207325ab/Ex_2003_SP2_RelNotes.htm

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MCSE, MCT
www.zenprise.com
blog: www.suneja.com/blog
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> Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 2
> Microsoft Fax service on the same mailserver.
> Faxes are routed through e-mail to a recipient within our domain.
> All over sudden, a great deal of incoming faxes are getting a SCL of 5 or
> more and hece are moved to junk-mail folders. I think it started since
> SP2, but have no real proof, so that's not sure. It's not a big deal, a
> bit annoying at the most, but one likes to understand what happens :o)
> Anyone any suggestions ?
> TIA
> Rudy Steyaert
>


 
 
Rudy





PostPosted: Tue Mar 21 13:04:41 CST 2006 Top

Exchange Servers Setup >> Intelligent Message Filtering Great idea, I'll try that...
They have FAX in the subject...
Thanks
Rudy Steyaert



> Do the faxes have a particular keyword in the subject or body? If yes, you
> can try using the Custom Weighting feature to raise/drop SCL based on it.
> Check SP2 Release Notes on syntax for creating the
> MSExchange.UceContentFilter.xml file.
> http://download.microsoft.com/download/f/b/5/fb5c54af-fe5c-48e9-be97-f9e8207325ab/Ex_2003_SP2_RelNotes.htm
>
> --
> Bharat Suneja
> MCSE, MCT
> www.zenprise.com
> blog: www.suneja.com/blog
> -----------------------------------------
>
>


>> Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 2
>> Microsoft Fax service on the same mailserver.
>> Faxes are routed through e-mail to a recipient within our domain.
>> All over sudden, a great deal of incoming faxes are getting a SCL of 5 or
>> more and hece are moved to junk-mail folders. I think it started since
>> SP2, but have no real proof, so that's not sure. It's not a big deal, a
>> bit annoying at the most, but one likes to understand what happens :o)
>> Anyone any suggestions ?
>> TIA
>> Rudy Steyaert
>>
>
>


 
 
Mark





PostPosted: Tue Mar 21 13:12:59 CST 2006 Top

Exchange Servers Setup >> Intelligent Message Filtering Hang on though. If the fax service is on the same server, how is stuff
going through the SMTP interface, or is that how it works (never
having used it)
Anyway, I disagree. Create a different SMTP VSI, one that isn't
subjected to filtering and push the inbound faxes through that. I see
no need to go delving into the IMF for things that, in best practice,
would be separated from your main in/out channels anyway.