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Security and Implications of Hosted Exchange Nov 15 2007 07:11PM
Dan Denton (ddenton remitpro com) (1 replies)
Re: Security and Implications of Hosted Exchange Nov 16 2007 04:34PM
Roland Dobbins (rdobbins cisco com) (2 replies)

On Nov 15, 2007, at 11:11 AM, Dan Denton wrote:

> But, having the features of
> Exchange without having to backup/restore the system or worry about
> patches
> and fixes is pretty attractive.

I'm sure at least some of the folks who offer hosted Exchange would
also offer a VPN service whereby the Exchange server wouldn't be
exposed to the general Internet (or to other servers for other
customers), but would be isolated with all appropriate network, host
OS, and application BCPs, and accessible only via a VPN of some sort.

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Re: Security and Implications of Hosted Exchange Nov 16 2007 05:23PM
Shayne Sales (razman gmail com) (1 replies)
RE: Security and Implications of Hosted Exchange Nov 16 2007 05:36PM
Dan Denton (ddenton remitpro com) (1 replies)
RE: Security and Implications of Hosted Exchange Nov 26 2007 03:32PM
Wayne Anderson (wfrazee wynweb net)
RE: Security and Implications of Hosted Exchange Nov 16 2007 04:47PM
Sean Tindall (sean bulletproofnetworks ca) (1 replies)
Re: Security and Implications of Hosted Exchange Nov 16 2007 05:06PM
Roland Dobbins (rdobbins cisco com)


 

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