Microsoft adds bells to business Exchange

Microsoft Corp. plans to offer a souped-up version of its upcoming Exchange Server 2007 messaging software for businesses that will include access to extra anti-virus and anti-spam technology. In addition to a standard version of the program, Microsoft says it will sell a new "Exchange Enterprise" option. The version will include anti-virus protections from Microsoft's […]

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Microsoft Corp. plans to offer a souped-up version of its upcoming Exchange Server 2007 messaging software for businesses that will include access to extra anti-virus and anti-spam technology.

In addition to a standard version of the program, Microsoft says it will sell a new "Exchange Enterprise" option. The version will include anti-virus protections from Microsoft's acquisition of Sybari Software Inc. It also will offer access to the message filtering service that came with Microsoft's acquisition of FrontBridge Technologies Inc. |

Exchange Server 2003, Enterprise

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