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Exchange: use Port 110 for both POP3 & POP3/SSL?

On our Exchange 2010 POP3 is configured to only allow secure logon (TLS connection for authentification). Now, the default port for "plain" POP3 is 110, and for POP3 with SSL is 995, hence with the ...
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In an Inbox rule in Outlook, is it possible to determine that an email was sent as Domain Authenticated (Mutual Auth TLS)?

Background I have successfully configured Domain Authenticated (Mutual Auth TLS) email between my company (Exchange 2007) and a client (Exchange 2010). This gives us a green tick on emails from ...
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Does Exchange 2010 encrypt inbound and outbound email traffic by default?

The higher ups have recently asked about this as I'm sure there are compliance issues that need to be addressed. I was under the assumption that Exchange uses opportunistic TLS or StartTLS to try to ...
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Outbound Email Cipher Strength

Is it possible to select a specific cipher strength for outbound mail using TLS in Exchange 2010? I need it to use cipher strength AES256-SHA instead of AES128-SHA. What's strange is that my inbound ...
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Exchange 2010 TLS Cert questions

I'm trying to wrap my head around with enabling TLS for a specific domain on Exchange 2010 server but I have a few questions that I'm sure you guys have an answer to. I've gone through this guide ...
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Securing mail communications @ Exchange 2010

We currently use secure OWA at our Exchange but also unsecure and unencrypted SMTP, POP3 and IMAP. We have those mapped to smtp.domain.com, pop.domain.com and imap.domain.com while for OWA@IIS we use ...