Exchange Online Protection
Exchange Online Protection (EOP, formerly Forefront Online Protection for Exchange or FOPE) is a hosted e-mail security service, owned by Microsoft, that filters spam and removes computer viruses from e-mail messages. The service does not require client software installation, but is activated by changing each customer's MX record. Each customer pays for the service by means of a subscription.
Most administrative tasks are performed through the use of a web-based administrative console. The console allows customers to perform management tasks, such as adding users and configuring filtering.
EOP is a part Exchange Online family of products.
Microsoft Forefront Online Protection for Exchange was originally created by FrontBridge Technologies. Microsoft acquired FrontBridge Technologies Inc. in 2005, and it became a subsidiary of Microsoft.
- Forefront Online Protection for Exchange Datasheet
- Important Changes to Forefront Product Roadmaps
- Forefront Online Protection for Exchange Overview
- Microsoft Completes Acquisition of FrontBridge Technologies
- Microsoft to Acquire FrontBridge Technologies, a Leading Provider of Secure Messaging Services
- Official website
- FOPE User Guide
- Exchange Hosted Archive (EHA) User Guide
- Forefront Online Protection for Exchange (FOPE): FAQ
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