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Minh_Phan_at_Symantec | 10 Sep 2010 | 1 comment

An e-mail storm is a sudden spike of email traffic, often caused by malware (like the recent "Here You Have" virus) and users on large distribution lists replying to all. These storms are not just inconveniences – they pose a challenge to email environments as the huge volume of traffic can actually take down servers.

 

The internal nature of these storms also requires products that can both filter internal mail and clean up mail stores. Mail Security for Exchange and Domino integrates with their respective email server environments to uniquely provide coverage of internal mail traffic and storage.

 

The products provide:

1. Outbreak detection: Identify that an active outbreak is occurring because of the volume of traffic generated by the same malicious email

2. Internal mail filtering: Block all internal traffic of the "Here you Have" email using Content...

Hear4U | 08 Sep 2010

Here's your chance to be "King for a Week" with our new Security Solutions Contest! 

What Is the Security Solutions Contest?
It's all about solving end user questions in the forums area.  We created this contest to help increase the total number of solutions on the Security Community.  We are going to select threads we'd like you to solve, and give you an opportunity to win a weekly prize. Yes, I said "weekly!"  Keep reading to find out more about the prize!

How Do I Participate?
First, if you want to play, pull out your dust-ridden, coffee stained endpoint protection & related security product manuals, re-read all the latest and greatest knowledge base articles, and put your thinking-caps on! 

Why?  Because to be the "King for a Week" in this contest, you need to be able to solve popular forum threads that will be hand...

Elspeth Magoria | 07 Sep 2010 | 0 comments
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Elspeth Magoria | 31 Aug 2010 | 0 comments
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TSE-JDavis | 01 Oct 2009 | 0 comments

I was able to raise a SuSe Linux 10.2 64-bit server and get Domino, Mail Security for Domino MPE 3.2.7 and Scan Engine 5.2.5 to all run at the same time with 512Mb of RAM. This is just proof of concept but for a small business that has limited resource this coule be valuable information.

The trick is installing Mail Security for Domino MPE first and the installing Scan Engine. Since they both use Java Liveupdate, you need to have Scan Engine be the most recent Java Liveupdate install which will be JLU 3.0. SMS will be able to use it still since it appears to be backwards compatible.

mon_raralio | 04 Aug 2009 | 0 comments

Here's the scenario:
You have an MS cluster with MS exchange and SMSMSE (Symantec Mail Security for Microsoft Exchange). And you're having problems with the Exchange because SMSMSE is in a stopping state. There is nothing in the logs that says otherwise except for an error in clustering (error 1460).

After checking on Symantec Knowledge base, I found out that it has something to do with the timing. For clustered environment, it is not advisable to make SMSMSE dependent upon another service. Check if the current setup have the SMSMSE dependent on another service that is forcing the Symantec service to stop is-as one admin (someone I know) said "would be a tedious process and is not an option". i.e. it would make things worse. Anyway, waiting for the service to stop really may do the trick.

Then I also found this while Googleing on the probable causes for the clustering side...
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