Wednesday, February 29, 2012 8:41 PM
I am having a very interesting problem that I have not been able to solve with typical internet searches.
I had a catastrophic failure of my only Exchange 2010 Server this week. The only way to recover was to build a new server and to delete all references to the old server and the Database with ADSI Edit. The problem was caused by applying SP2 and having powershell scripts restricted as a domain policy. The exchange sp2 readiness check does not check to see if the policy allows ps1 scripts to run. So 3/4 thru the update. BLAM! All gone. Now I'm back up and running with my mew server but Anti-Spam is not working properly. so if anyone needs any male enhancement meds.. I can send you lots of details. :)
Spam filtering works... sort of. BUT... I can't enable updates. The option does not even exist in the EMC on the right pane. I can see the Anti-spam tabs but nothing allows me to set the updates. Get-antispamupdates command in PS does not exist.
I ran the install scripts and i see the Filters in the EMC. It even pulled the settings form AD. I've even run the un-install scripts and attempted to re-install with no avail. I've checked remote registry service and file and print status as some sites suggested. Nothing works.
I checked the InternalSMTPTransport setting as described in: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb201691.aspx
Has anyone run into this? I'm totally stumped.
- Edited by Chris Baksa Wednesday, February 29, 2012 8:51 PM Wasn't finished.
Friday, March 02, 2012 7:42 AMModerator
In Exchange server 2010 SP1, the cmlet “Enable-Antispamupdates” and “Get-Antispamupdates” have been removed.
For more information, please refer to the following Exchange Team Blog.
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Friday, March 02, 2012 2:42 PM
Thank you for the response.
... So after playing around for some time and making no progress, i decided to investigate Forefront.
I ran setup again and clicked the forefront link in the splash screen. It re-directed me to the web for the download. But something else stood out. There was another link on the splash which I neglected to click. "Get Critical Updates". After clicking that, it again re-directed me to the web and this time to windows update online. I just assumed that windows update would cover this step.
After that the updates worked. I had spamfilter updates, silver light updates, and office filter pack updates. I didn't have them earlier when I ran windows update.
So my question is... Exactly what does this enable to allow windows update to see the updates for exchange?
- Marked As Answer by Zi FengMicrosoft Contingent Staff, Moderator Thursday, March 08, 2012 1:59 AM
Tuesday, March 06, 2012 2:37 AMModerator
Wednesday, March 07, 2012 7:11 AMI have three addresses coming into my yahoo account from my own domain, I also have my sbcglobal mail coming into my yahoo account. The spam filter doesn't seem to be working on those addresses.
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