Exchange server message filtering by transport rules (CZ)

This is a very short example of using “Transport Rules” in Microsoft Exchange 2007 and higher. I used it for filtering messages from unwanted TLD’s. I know this is not the solution for fighting with SPAM but as this was the only possible way of how to do it – so I did it.. It’s in Czech language but I can provide it in shorter version in English as well – so feel free to ask me if you want. I hope it will help somebody at least as an example of MS Exchange Transport Rules power.

http://blogs.technet.com/b/technetczsk/archive/2010/08/16/exchange-server-filtrace-nevyzadane-posty-pomoci-transportnich-pravidel.aspx

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