How to Restrict Users from Sending and Receiving Internet E-mail with Exchange Server 2003

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Internet e-mail can be a burden in both lost productivity and spam hammering your already overtasked servers. These guidelines wil help you reign in this problem on your Exchange messaging system

E-mail can take up a lot of employees' time during the work day, particularly personal e-mail. In addition, spam e-mail can add just as much frustration for employees trying to focus on their jobs. The attached document provides a guide to restricting Internet e-mail.

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  • Restrict Users from Sending and Receiving Internet E-mail wi.doc
  • Restrict Users from Sending and Receiving Internet E-mail wi.odt
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