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I'm excited to announce the release of the Exchange Server 2003 to 2010 Migration Guide.
Based on established best practices and lessons learned from migrating thousands of Exchange mailboxes, this guide will walk you through the entire process all the way from planning the project to removing the last Exchange 2003 server from your environment.
The closest I’ve come to something from Microsoft has been the Update-Recipient documentation but that only refers to Mailbox User attributes.
This article explains how to configure Outlook Junk Mail Filter to block as many junk emails as possible.
This list lets you block email messages from specific countries or regions.
For example, if you select CN (China) or IN (India), then you will stop receiving any messages if a sender's address that ends with or
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E-mail messages from anyone on these two lists will never be considered spam regardless of their content. If the junk mail filter mistakenly considers a legitimate message from a particular sender to be spam, you can add the sender (or the entire domain) to the Safe Senders List. If your e-mail account is configured to receive mail only from trusted senders and you don't want to miss a single message sent to this email address, you can add such address (or domain) to your Safe Recipients list.
If you are on some mailing / distribution lists, you can also add a distribution list name to your Safe Recipients.
You can ban the entire domain by simply entering If you want to stop receiving email messages in foreign languages that you don't know, switch to the last tab of the Junk E-mail Options dialog, International tab.
This tab provides the following two options: Blocked Top-Level Domains List.