__/ [ Jim ] on Saturday 13 May 2006 13:20 \__
> "The bug in Exchange that Microsoft disclosed Tuesday is too juicy a
> target for hackers to pass up, security companies warned Wednesday, and
> users should expect to see a worm pop up any time.
> Tuesday, Microsoft patched a flaw in Exchange 2000 and Exchange 2003's
> calendaring function. According to Microsoft's security bulletin, an
> attacker could exploit the vulnerability simply by sending a
> specially-crafted e-mail to the server. "
While on the subject of Exchange Server, may I please squeeze in a relevant
news story that neatly suits the Linux cause?
An Exchange for Exchange
May 12, 2006
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| In this week's InfraSpectrum podcast: Peter Coffee examines a
| plug-compatible alternative to Microsoft Exchange, hosted on Linux
| and working with standards-based management and collaboration tools,
| that is the proposition offered by PostPath, which emerged on May 9
| from stealth mode after two years of development.
This will probably offer the same function with better security, stability,