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    Spam filtering for exchange

    Hello chaps and chapettes,

    I read a while back about microsoft offering a free spam filtering solution for educational establishments...albeit this was about a year ago, but is there still such a thing available to us?

    ....or did i have the wrong end of the stick altogether? I assume it was like microsofts exchange online protection system except I'm sure i read about something free for us....

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    I believe it was forefront online protection for exchange but they didn't actually mean to allow it free to education and then removed the entitlement.

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    But if you've EES have a chat to your MS licensing people, you probably are entitled via that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by synaesthesia View Post
    But if you've EES have a chat to your MS licensing people, you probably are entitled via that.
    Interestingly when I renewed in June it had been withdrawn... but my service is still active...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pantscat View Post
    Interestingly when I renewed in June it had been withdrawn... but my service is still active...
    Yes - it was withdrawn as it was accidentally included with Forefront Endpoint client

    Subject: Inadvertent entitlement removed: Forefront Online Protection for Exchange

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    Ooer.... Checking on MS's site though, we're still covered for it.
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