So.. I'm atm. finishing my education as a java and mobile platform programmer.
which to any regular person means I know everything about computers.
My father is no exception, he runs a small company with 20 employees.. with each a personal computer and an exchange 2003 server with varius mcafee protections on it
now they are facing this issue:
They need to update their groupshield on the exchange server.
thats at et least what their usual IT technician told them was the issue, and he would love to come and help them
it would only cost them 1800 euro.. or 3000 dollars. for him to show up.. and update mcafee and leave agai
So he asked me if this was something I might be able to do, and while I know a little about exchange.. I have no idea if I can just update it
like I would update my own antivirus by clicking a button, or I need to completely remove the old version and as such probably delete som customed settings.
I really don't wanna do that.. so my question to you is.. if its not that easy. to update Mcafee Group Shield.
could you maybe explain to me how i 'White list' a certain domain? .. cause all the mails they get blocked comes from the same @adresse.com ..
I moved this from Community Help to Groupshield for better assistance.
Well if the version installed is the version in the article (i.e. vers 7.0) - maybe the best course of action would be to actually remove and bypass GSE701 and go for MSME 7.6. You could use Add/Remove to remove existing and use How to manually remove GroupShield 7.x for Microsoft Exchange (KB51894) to clean up any remnants left behind.
MSME 7.6 and its Patch 1 are avaibale for download at McAfee Site with your Grant Number.
On whitelist - Access the GSE console - Policy Manager - Gateway - Master Policy - AntiSpam - Core Anti Spam settings section click "Edit" - select "Mail Lists Tab" - select "Whitelists" - In Whitelisted Senders box put in *@thatdomain.com click add - Save and Apply.