MCP Doco and questions
Enitech IT (Peter Russell)
pete at ENITECH.COM.AU
Wed Feb 9 22:30:18 GMT 2005
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Hi, we are about to implement 3 mailscanner machines.
We are newly merged company with Notes and Exchange. We have multiple
campuses in multiple states.
We currently have MS recieving mail for 2 domains at one site and it
We have a requirement to have 2 inbound machines on 2 different physical
network for redundancy. We also have a need to filter outbound mail.
I have never used MCP and cant find much doco.
IS it better to run MCP on our primary inbound machine, or should we run
a seperate machine to handle all outbound content filtering?
We are educational facility and want to amek sure that our students
cannot send ANY bulk emails (nothing will more than say 15 addresses),
no virus and no products of virus. This outbound machine will be the
sole relay for all company wide outbound traffic.
Is MCP the best solution for this?
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